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February 27, 2021

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Film Appreciators Peter and Victoria Thompson with Zoe And Damon Gameau at the re-launch of the Palace Cinemas in Byron’s new Mercato Centre. Damon’s movie 2040 featured at the opening is a letter of hope to his four year old daughter Velvet.


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3 COMMENTS

  1. It’s a photograph, caption AND a headline …
    The picture not painting a thousand words for you Hungerland ?
    I think it all looks pretty nice.

  2. So wonderful to have Palace Cinemas back in town. And what a sumptuous complex it is! Huge foyer, amazing sound system and super comfy seats! A great asset for movie lovers!

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