C'mon C'mon (Preview Screening)


Thursday 10 February

Ticket price

General admission

$35 Non-member adult

Members get 10% off

Lawn Lounge

General admission + $17 per person

Members get 10% off

Gold Grass

General admission + $28 per person

Members get 10% off

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Join us for a special preview screening of 'C'mon C'mon', the latest film from director Mike Mills. Joaquin Phoenix stars as Johnny, a radio journalist whose job involves interviewing children across America about how they see the world. With Johnny's emotional life is at a standstill, he's unexpectedly tasked with caring for Jesse, his young nephew played by breakout star Woody Norman. 'Beginners' and '20th Century Women' cemented Mills as an expert in unearthing the stories that bond parents and their children, and with a score by The National's Aaron and Bryce Dessner, 'C'mon C'mon' completes the trilogy.

Stars: Joaquin Phoenix, Gaby Hoffmann, Woody Norman

Director: Mike Mills

Year: 2022

Running time: 1hr 49min

Genre: Drama

Film classification: M - Coarse language

About Zoo Summer Cinema

You're invited to Zoo Summer Cinema, a new outdoor moviegoing experience in the lush surrounds of Melbourne Zoo. Classic favourites, cult hits, premiere events and new releases are projected against the night sky.

Spend a summer evening at the Zoo visiting the animals before you find a spot on the lawns, or upgrade to the exclusive Lawn Lounge or premium Gold Grass sections. Take in the sounds of local DJs before the main attraction, and pay a visit to the food precinct for dinner and a drink.

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Zoo Summer Cinema supports Melbourne Zoo's Marine Response Unit and its work to rescue injured marine wildlife in Victoria's waters.

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