Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Passes

“A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.” -Nelson Mandela

Mandela Film Poster

Days after the December 5th death of South African Former President Nelson Mandela, The Weinstein Company presents a movie about his life, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. Nelson Mandela (Idris Elba) served 27 years in prison and was very instrumental in the abolishment of apartheid and eventually became South Africa’s president.

The Movie Scene Queen has the opportunity for you to see the movie on Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 7:30 PM. The screening will be held at South Side Works Cinema (425 Cinema Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15203).



57 thoughts on “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom Passes

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      1. I’m sorry I’m not going to be able to make it. My boss just asked me to stay late tonight. Please give my passes to someone else. I’m sorry 😦

    1. Don’t kill me but I didn’t see the one with Morgan Freeman. I’m going to try to catch it online tonight. Anywho, I reserved two passes for you. Meet me in the upstairs lobby. I probably won’t arrive until 6:30PM. Thanks

  1. My friend and I have been talking about this movie ever since we learned of it. We would like tickets to the viewing. You provide a great service to us movie lovers! Thank you.

      1. I have a few questions, if you have the time? Do these passes reserve seats or are they still first-come first-served? I am just concerned that I may not be able to arrive at Southside Works Cinema until close to 7:30 p.m. and the theater would probably be full by then. Furthermore, if you are waiting for me, then you may not be able to get in either. Also, is there something that you would be wearing so people would know who you are? Thank you for your time and ability to get advanced entertainment for Pittsburghers!

      2. Please disregard my previous questions, I have the answer that settles all of them for me – my work function will run until 7:30 (in Oakland) so there is no way I can get to this screening on time. I really would love to see it too. Oh well. Please release my passes to someone else. Thanks anyway!

      1. You are very accommodating but I’ll never be able to make it (although I’d love to). Thanks for your extension of courtesy.

  2. It’s finally time they made a movie about this man. Although he passed away right before his movie released, I feel that this movie will be the perfect way for audiences to remember Nelson Mandela. I really hope I can get two passes to see this movie because it will be such a fantastic way to remember his life for me.

  3. If you have any passes available; Im sure the hubby and I can make use of a well needed date night. Lol; if hes unavailable than i’ll take my mother. Lol but only if you have any passes left. Greatly appreciated luv 😘

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