The World’s Fastest Indian Director: Roger Donaldson NEW ZEALAND 2005 127 MIN. Book cinema tickets THE IFI HOSTS A FILM CLUB FOR OLDER PEOPLE, WILD STRAWBERRIES, SCREENING A MOVIE EVERY MONTH. THE FILMS ARE INTRODUCED BEFOREHAND AND TIME PERMITTING, THERE IS A DISCUSSION AFTERWARDS. ANYONE OVER 50 IS WELCOME TO ATTEND FREE OF CHARGE, EITHER AS PART OF A GROUP OR INDIVIDUALLY, BUT YOU MUST RING TO RESERVE A PLACE (01 679 5744). The World’s Fastest Indian refers to the classic Indian Scout motorcycle that was the prized possession of New Zealander Burt Munro. Born in 1899 in the small town of Invercargill, New Zealand, Munro longed to break through the barriers of provincial anonymity and make an enduring name for himself. After spending a lifetime fine-tuning his beloved bike, Munro headed to barren Utah in 1967 to fulfil his destiny. At an advanced age, he broke the world record for speed, setting one that still stands to this day. Munro is now considered one of New Zealand’s national heroes. Anthony Hopkins, the acclaimed performer who brought such unforgettable figures as Hannibal Lecter, Titus Andronicus and Richard Nixon to the screen, embodies the legendary Munro finesse with equal commitment. The boundless vitality of this passionate, dynamic man who sought to defy all the odds will leave you cheering. Director: Roger Donaldson NEW ZEALAND 2005 127 MIN.