THE HANGOVER LOUNGE: TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT/ CASABLANCA Director: TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT/ CASABLANCA To Have and Have Not: Howard Hawks -100 minutes, U.S.A., 1945, Black and White, 35mm. Casablanca: Michael Curtiz -102 minutes, U.S.A., 1942, Black and White, D-Cinema. Book cinema tickets This film screened on Sunday 26th April 2015. Here is an invitation to spend an indulgent Sunday afternoon at the IFI getting a tasty brunch from the IFI Café Bar whilst enjoying a pairing of two great films. The strand kicks off with a Humphrey Bogart double bill of Howard Hawks’ To Have and Have Not (1944), which features Bogart as a taciturn boat captain in Martinique, struggling to stay neutral while World War II impinges his income and his feisty relationship with bar singer Marie “Slim” Browning (Lauren Bacall) gets serious; and Michael Curtiz’ enduring Casablanca (1942), frequently celebrated as the most romantic film ever made. (Notes by Michael Hayden.) As if these two classic films weren’t enough of a draw, why not peruse our delicious brunch menu to get your taste buds tingling? We’re serving up classic hangover lounge fare such as traditional eggs benedict, or French toast or an American style pancake stack (smothered in your choice of chocolate, fruit or maple syrup) – the only challenge in your Sunday will be deciding what to choose! TICKETS: Hair of the Dog: Brunch + Double Bill – €21 Pick-me-up: Brunch + single film – €16 Just the tonic: Double Bill – €13 Quick refresher: Single Film (normal IFI prices) *Terms, conditions and supplements apply. Brunch is served from 12pm to 4pm. Simply book your tickets at the IFI in person or by contacting the IFI Box Office on 01 679 3477. You can also book your table for brunch by calling 01 679 8712. Director: TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT/ CASABLANCA To Have and Have Not: Howard Hawks -100 minutes, U.S.A., 1945, Black and White, 35mm. Casablanca: Michael Curtiz -102 minutes, U.S.A., 1942, Black and White, D-Cinema.