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POSTPONED: VBAFF 6 Presents: Harpoon

***Please note: This show has been postponed until further notice. Ticket-holders will be contacted shortly with updated information. We thank-you for your patience and understanding at this time.

 

 

The Sixth Annual Vancouver International Badass Film Festival (VBAFF) is taking over East Vancouver March 27-29.

BC Premiere!
Sunday, March 29
HARPOON
Doors 5:00 pm | Movie 5:30 pm

Advance single film tickets $12 HERE | $15 at the door
VIP Rio BBAFF Day Passes $40 advance HERE | $50 at the door *Online sales end at 2:30 pm on March 29.

*Must be 19+ w/ID for entry and bar service. Sorry, Rio Theatre Groupons and passes n/a for this event.

Harpoon (Rob Grant, 2019 / Canada / 82 mins) Rivalries, dark secrets, and sexual tension emerge when three friends find themselves stranded on a yacht in the middle of the ocean under suspicious circumstances.

“‘Harpoon’ offers stylish compositions, amusing running gags and sharp, snappy dialogue. It’s a sparse, nasty little thriller.” (New York Times)

“The energetic mix of mayhem and snark will appeal to those who like their comedy horrific and their horror comedic.” (Variety)

“A nasty look at pride, betrayal and misnamed nautical gear on the open sea.” (The Hollywood Reporter)
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