December 8th, 2009 / 15 Comments

In honour of the Sydney Little Ashes screening at the The Ritz Cinema tomorrow night, I thought I would put together a montage of Rob as Salvador Dali.

Anyone who is in Sydney or the surrounding areas, I urge you to go & see this beautiful film. Rob is just absolutely brilliant in this role.  Yes, some have already seen it on DVD as have we, but this is about supporting Rob & his work.  I am sure you would all agree that nothing can beat seeing a film on the big screen, especially when that film includes Rob.  This is such a wonderful opportunity so please show your support for Rob & this beautiful film by attending. Rob is worth every single bit of our support so let’s show everyone just how much we want to see his films here in Australia.  Reminder that all the info regarding purchasing of tickets can be found here or via the widget on our sidebar.

Thanks to our wonderful elite affiliate Robert Pattinson Source for some of these pics & the lovely Heather for the screen caps.


  • Maria
    Posted on December 08, 2009

    Thanks Michelle – great montage and yes people, please show me that our efforts to get this film shown on Oz cinemas has not been in vain. Cheers

  • vertigo
    Posted on December 08, 2009

    oh wow Michelle! Seeing this montage makes me want to be sitting in front of that BIG screen right now! Beautiful.

  • lise-lou
    Posted on December 08, 2009

    This is so beautiful Michelle great work!

    So excited for you all who are going along tomorrow night. Such a privelage to be able to see Rob in this movie on the big screen, enjoy!

  • Michelle
    Posted on December 08, 2009

    So so true Lise-Lou, it really is a privilege to be able to see Rob in this amazing film on the big screen. Cannot wait to hear all about it 😀

  • Carmel
    Posted on December 08, 2009

    Lovely montage Michelle.
    Lovely film Rob.

  • Sare
    Posted on December 09, 2009

    Thanks Michelle. Truly devasted i wont be there. I know how much effort you and Maria have put into getting this. xx

  • Liz
    Posted on December 09, 2009

    Woohoo, less than 10 hours to go!! Haha 😀 I’m pretty glad I hadn’t gotten around to getting the DVD yet so now I can actually see it on the big screen as the first time I watch it, yay!!
    I’ll have to try and find whichever one of you that’s going tonight to bow down and thank you for putting this together! lol who’s going? 😀

  • kespax
    Posted on December 09, 2009

    Have fun in Sydney.

    Can’t thank you enough for getting all of this happening, especially at my favourite theatre in Melbourne – I can’t wait for 10/1/10.

    I saw NM 5th time last night, my friend and I just can’t help ourselves, it’s like chocolate temptation.
    The wolf bits don’t seem to drag quite as much the more you see it, but everytime when the cliff jumping is coming it’s like woohoo fasten your seatbelts at last the good stuff.
    Note – older audiences laugh at Taylor stripping.
    And weeeeeee I got How to Be dvd last night too.

    Thanks again for Little Ashes.

  • NassMum
    Posted on December 09, 2009

    Hi, I have never posted anything on your site before, just browsed… But just wanted to say, I was in the audience tonight at Little Ashes, and thought it was brilliant! Thank you so much for organizing this special night, I felt very privileged seeing Rob on the big screen in another of his movies, he really did an amazing job as Dali.
    Thanks again!

  • Maria
    Posted on December 10, 2009

    Hi @NassMum – it’s a pleasure. It was fantastic to see on big screen – right. He really is amazing as Dali and I’m glad you could make it. To all who have it on DVD – there is nothing like seeing Rob on big screen – his eyes in this film are amazing. There I said it.

  • Maria
    Posted on December 10, 2009

    Pleasure @kespax. Oh HTB DVD – I just love Art.

  • Maria
    Posted on December 10, 2009

    Hi Liz – it was me that was there tonight. I was the loud one down the front trying to figure out why some scenes are cut from the Aussie version 🙂 Sorry if I annoyed anyone.

  • Liz
    Posted on December 10, 2009

    Can’t thank you guys enough for making the screening happen last night!! Loved loved loooved the movie, Rob was freaking amazing as Salvador. I’m now dying to get the DVD asap, especially since you said it’s a bit different! lol sorry I couldn’t find you to thank you in person Maria! I was at the front of the line before it started… light brown longish hair with a fringe if anybody saw me trying (and failing) to keep my excitement held in haha xD

  • Liz
    Posted on December 10, 2009

    Darkish brown I mean. Don’t know why I said light brown. lol

  • Maria
    Posted on December 10, 2009

    @Liz it was a pleasure – I have to say a little selfishly that I needed to see that film on big screen so was glad that Kojo agreed to do it. I was part of the last rowdy group to come in – serves me right for being late – so was down the front. Thanks to all the RPAU regulars who came along – I really really appreciated it.

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