Bronco Bullfrog screening in Brighton

by Modculture 12 November, 2009


You might have seen our Bronco Bullfrog still gallery, but have you ever seen the film? If the answer is 'no', you're in luck – there's a rare screening of Bronco Bullfrog at the Duke of York’s Picturehouse in Brighton.

So cult it hurts, Bronco Bullfrog is being shown in a new digitally enhanced version, accompanied by a Q&A with director Barney Platts-Mills. For the uninitiated, it's a 'youth' film from the late 60s with an untrained class, the plot following Del, a 17-year-old apprentice welder whose relationship with 15-year-old Irene meets with family disapproval. After helping Bronco, Del’s mate on the run from borstal to rob a railway truck, the teenage lovers go on the run and end up taking refuge with Bronco with the Police on their trail.

Noted for being the first (and possibly only) movie featuring the suedehead look (courtesy of Bronco), the movie is showing on Wednesday 2nd December 2009 at 6:30pm. More at the website.

Find out more at the Cine-City website