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Screening of Award-Winning Aussie Film & Panel On Infidelity

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Mon 18 Dec 2017, 7:00pm–9:00pm

Where: Alex Theatre St Kilda, Level 1, 135 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $15.00
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Join relationships therapists Sarah Sacks and Lauren Sokolski with sexologist Lisa Torney and writer/ producer Claire J Harris for an exclusive screening of the award-winning Aussie film Zelos, playing for one night only in St Kilda.

After the film, the audience will be invited to participate in an open discussion of women’s infidelity and sexuality. All attendees will receive a gift bag packed with goodies from local businesses, valued at over $25. A can’t-miss event for anyone who has ever cheated, been cheated on, or thought about cheating!

Synopsis

Zelos (from the Greek - meaning ‘zeal’ and ‘passion’ but also ‘jealousy’ and ‘suspicion’).

Bernard is the 35-year-old he always planned to be. He has a successful career, a meticulously neat beachside apartment and a girlfriend, Sarah, whom he adores. But his pristine existence is turned upside down when Sarah confesses an affair. To salvage the relationship, Sarah insists they equal the playing field: Bernard should sleep with another woman.

A man who would never cheat is asked by the woman he loves to have sex with someone else to save their relationship—a compromise which may ultimately destroy them, as love becomes corroded by jealousy.

With a female producing team, director, writer and cinematographer, Zelos is a remarkable showcase for the achievements of women in the Australian film industry. It explores universal themes of love, lust and jealousy, and asks the question: can settling the score ever save a relationship?