The Golden Age of Hollywood

‘Brotherhood of the Popcorn’ is about a group of friends united by a love for the silver screen. Named the ‘Cliffhangers’ after the old serials which used to end with a dramatic suspenseful ending thereby forcing you to watch the next episode, this group of friends have met twice a month for over 35 years to discuss and watch classic Hollywood movies and serials.

Featuring clips from old movies, pictures and scenes of Hollywood, and interviews with people involved in sectors of the industry, such as film preservation, animation, and film festivals, the documentary provides a great look back into movie history.

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Comment by Rosie Sayer on June 15, 2015 at 5:08pm

I hadn't heard of this, and I would LOVE to see it. I'll keep an eye out for it. Thanks, Dave.

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