Drunk Feminist Films: You've Got Mail


Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema Thu, Dec 12, 2019 8:30 PM
Film Info
Runtime:119 min
Country Listing:USA
Cast/Crew Info
Director(s):Nora Ephron


Dial up and Dot-com on down for this Nora Ephron cozy classic. Join Drunk Feminist Films on a journey back to a time when we all thought the internet wasn’t a terrible hellscape.

Starring Tom Hanks as Jeff Bezos and Meg Ryan as the Alive Woman, You’ve Got Mail will remind you that capitalism is a parasite and small business owners are probably better off writing children’s books that will be sold by the corporation that shut them down!

Hosts Scaachi Koul and Nelu Handa will guide us deep into the cinematic Chat Room where we’ll discuss Meg Ryan as an anthropomorphic daisy tasked with choosing between a droning, egotistical pundit and a lying, ruthless capitalist actively working to destroy her family history and livelihood. It’s a bouquet of freshly-sharpened terrible options!

Doors: 7:30pm
Show: 8:30pm

This event is part of a two-night holiday double feature!

DFF is also taking on Love Actually on Wednesday, December 11! Come to one, come to both! Never leave the cinema, it is your home now.

Buy Holiday Double Bill
(1 ticket to Love Actually & You've Got Mail)

Additional Information

Drunk Feminist Films: At Drunk Feminist Films, we would rather laugh than cry our way through representations of gender, race, sexuality, class and other aspects of identity in pop culture & Hollywood films.

One screening: $18.25 (Student & Senior: $14.75 / Members: $16, $14.75, $13.75) *HST included


The film will be screened with captions. Please email us at drunkfeministfilms@gmail.com by December 4 if you require ASL interpretation for the commentary.

The cinema has wheelchair-accessible seats, and there is also an accessible washroom. Ticket-holders requiring an accessible seat may email drunkfeministfilms@gmail.com, and we will ensure cinema staff direct your party to your seat upon arrival.

Please do not wear scented products to DFF screenings. All washrooms on-site will be open to people of any gender at this event. We ask our guests to avoid making assumptions and comments about other guests' bodies or gender identities (e.g. which washroom equipment they use).