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  • Belle (Parent And Baby Screening)
  • Cathy Come Home
  • Far From The Madding Crowd
  • Futuro Beach
  • Girlhood
  • Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay
  • Mad Max: Fury Road
  • Moomins On The Riviera
  • Regarding Susan Sontag + Q&A
  • Shaun The Sheep Movie
  • The Journey + Q&A
  • The New Girlfriend

Belle (Parent And Baby Screening) 3 stars

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Captain Sir John Lindsay brings his illegitimate, mixed race daughter Dido to England and entrusts the child to his aristocratic uncle, Lord Mansfield. The Lord allows Dido to stay as a constant companion to her cousin, Elizabeth. The girls blossom and Lady Elizabeth seeks a wealthy husband. Meanwhile, Dido must remain behind closed doors at important social gatherings. Her head is turned by idealistic lawyer John Davinier, who is involved in a pivotal court case about the slave trade in England.

  • GenreDrama, Historical/Period, Romance
  • CastEmily Watson, Matthew Goode, Sam Reid, Tom Wilkinson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sarah Gadon.
  • DirectorAmma Asante.
  • WriterMisan Sagay.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration104 mins
  • Official sitewww.belle-themovie.com
  • Release13/06/2014

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but when that beauty defies the social mores of a prejudiced era, it must be cherished in secret. Belle is the enchanting dramatisation of a true story of fortitude across racial and class divides at a time when pompous men of privilege were vociferously debating the end of slavery in England.

The high-profile case at the centre of the debate concerned the crew of a ship called the Zong, who had thrown dozens of slaves overboard because they claimed they did not have enough supplies for the duration of the voyage. When the ship reached port, the Zong's Liverpool-based owners demanded compensation for the lost slaves but insurers refused to honour the claim.

The subsequent trial posed uncomfortable questions about the monetary value of human life. Inspired by an 18th-century painting commissioned by William Murray, who was then Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, Amma Asante's handsome period piece illuminates the debate and some of the characters, whose lives intersected at this historical crossroads.

Captain Sir John Lindsay (Matthew Goode) brings his illegitimate, mixed race daughter Dido (Lauren Julien-Box) to England and entrusts the child to his aristocratic uncle, Lord Mansfield (Tom Wilkinson) while he returns to sea. Lord Mansfield's wife (Emily Watson) is opposed to the plan but he permits Dido to stay, allowing his great-niece to become a constant companion to her cousin, Elizabeth (Cara Jenkins).

The girls blossom and Lady Elizabeth (now played by Sarah Gadon) prepares to seek a wealthy husband. "Elizabeth must secure her bread and butter," Lord Mansfield reminds his wife. Dido (now played by Gugu Mbatha-Raw) is afforded certain privileges by her lineage but she must remain behind closed doors at important social gatherings.

Oliver Ashford (James Norton), the handsome offspring of Lord and Lady Ashford (Alex Jennings, Miranda Richardson) is a potential love match for Elizabeth but he is more interested in Dido. However, Dido's head is turned by idealistic lawyer John Davinier (Sam Reid), who is heavily involved in the Zong case and opens her eyes to the barbarism of slavery.

Elegantly scripted by Misan Sagay, Belle is a beautifully crafted companion piece to 12 Years A Slave that traverses a moral maze through British eyes and reminds us that we have blood on our hands too.

The ensemble cast delivers excellent performances, particularly Mbatha-Raw, who possesses beauty and vulnerability on camera. She catalyses smouldering screen chemistry with Reid, and Wilkinson brings pomp and circumstance to his pivotal role as a man with the power to chip away at the foundations of the legal firmament.

Dramatic momentum steadily builds to Lord Mansfield's deliberation on the Zong case, watched intently by Dido and Davinier. Like them, we're spellbound by his ruling.

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Monday 25th May 2015

Cathy Come Home 3 stars

Drama.

  • GenreDrama
  • DirectorKen Loach.
  • CountryUk
  • Duration75 mins
  • Official site

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Sunday 24th May 2015

Far From The Madding Crowd 3 stars

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Bathsheba Everdene turns down a marriage proposal from sheep farmer Gabriel Oak because she does not believe that she needs a husband to possess or tame her. Soon after, Bathsheba inherits her uncle's estate and defies expectation to turn around the ailing farm. Gabriel, who has fallen on hard times, is hired by Bathsheba as the estate's shepherd and he continues to pine for her from afar as Bathsheba entertains amorous advances from wealthy farmer William Boldwood and dashing Sergeant Troy.

  • GenreAdaptation, Classic, Drama, Historical/Period, Romance
  • CastCarey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts, Tom Sturridge, Jessica Barden, Michael Sheen, Juno Temple.
  • DirectorThomas Vinterberg.
  • WriterDavid Nicholls.
  • CountryUS/UK
  • Duration119 mins
  • Official site
  • Release01/05/2015

The 2015 re-release of John Schlesinger's 1967 version of Far From The Madding Crowd provided a timely reminder of the raw emotional power of Thomas Hardy's late 19th-century novel and Julie Christie's luminous portrayal of spirited heroine, Bathsheba Everdene.

Danish director Thomas Vinterberg brings a delicate touch to this handsome new incarnation, which runs 50 minutes shorter than its predecessor and is undernourished as a consequence.

One tragic supporting character, who should shatter our hearts to smithereens, is reduced to a simplistic two-dimensional plot device, and the heroine's vacillations between three potential suitors seem more haphazard than usual in a noticeably rushed final act.

Moreover, one of these paramours has significantly more screen time, so her choice is inevitable. Feelings are tightly buttoned beneath Janet Patterson's splendid costumes and when one of the characters does eventually lose control and commits a fatal "crime of passion" at a Christmas party, we're just as surprised by the outburst as the film's clucky social set.

The film opens in 1870 with Bathsheba (Carey Mulligan) living with her aunt Mrs Hurst on the adjacent property to handsome sheep farmer, Gabriel Oak (Matthias Schoenaerts).

She rebuffs his heartfelt advances, telling a crestfallen Gabriel, "I don't want a husband. I don't want to be some man's property". Soon after, Bathsheba inherits her uncle's vast estate and defies expectation to turn around the ailing farm, aided by her companion Liddy (Jessica Barden).

Gabriel, who has fallen on hard times, is hired by Bathsheba as the estate's shepherd and continues to pine for her from afar.

Meanwhile, emotionally repressed and wealthy farmer William Boldwood (Michael Sheen) makes his feelings for Bathsheba known, but her head is turned by dashing and reckless Sergeant Troy (Tom Sturridge), whose heart was broken at the altar by servant girl Fanny (Juno Temple).

These three suitors leave Bathsheba in an emotional whirl and when Boldwood offers her financial security as his bride, she turns to brooding Gabriel for advice.
"I need some who's objective, indifferent," Bathsheba tells the shepherd.
"Then I'm afraid you're asking the wrong man," pointedly responds Gabriel.

Anchored by Mulligan's nuanced performance, Far From The Madding Crowd is a visually arresting, but ultimately anaemic portrait of rural desires. Schoenaerts wrestles in vain with a West Country accent, while Sheen and Sturridge have limited screen time to match fond memories of Peter Finch and Terence Stamp in respective roles in the 1967 film.

While Vinterberg's vision, filmed on location in pastoral Dorset, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, lacks emotional heft, it packs a mighty visual punch thanks to cinematographer Charlotte Bruus Christensen.

Rolling landscapes look invitingly wild and untamed, bathed largely in natural light, and the nascent beauty of leading lady Mulligan shines through the artfully composed muck and grime.

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Friday 22nd May 2015
Tuesday 26th May 2015
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Futuro Beach 3 stars

Donato is a strapping lifeguard, who patrols the sun-kissed sand of Futuro Beach in Fortaleza in northeastern Brazil. He tends to his ailing mother and is a role model for his younger brother Ayrton. During a rescue, Donato loses his grip on a drowning man in the crashing waves and the swimmer is sucked under. Donato is haunted by his first failed rescue and he unexpectedly seeks solace in the arms of the victim's friend Konrad, who must return to Berlin after his vacation in Brazil.

  • GenreDrama, Gay, Romance, World
  • CastJesuita Barbosa, Wagner Moura, Clemens Schick.
  • DirectorKarim Ainouz.
  • WriterFelipe Braganca, Karim Ainouz.
  • CountryBra/Ger
  • Duration107 mins
  • Official site
  • Release08/05/0215 (selected cinemas)

Donato (Wagner Moura) is a strapping lifeguard, who patrols the sun-kissed sand of Futuro Beach in Fortaleza in northeastern Brazil. He tends to his ailing mother and is a role model for his younger brother Ayrton (Jesuita Barbosa). During a rescue, Donato loses his grip on a drowning man in the crashing waves and the swimmer is sucked under. Donato is haunted by his first failed rescue and he unexpectedly seeks solace in the arms of the victim's friend Konrad (Clemens Schick), who must return to Berlin after his vacation in Brazil. Torn between familial responsibilities and the man in his life, Donato makes the difficult decision to follow Konrad to Germany. In this new home far from the sea, Donato struggles to find his place and to maintain his relationship.

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Wednesday 27th May 2015

Girlhood 3 stars

Sullen teenager Marieme lives at home with her parents, who are at loggerheads, and her younger sister. She yearns to escape and express herself, and that opportunity arises when a gang of three girls led by Lady invite Marieme to join their ranks. Slipping a kitchen knife into her pocket, Marieme finds the freedom she craves as part of the gang. The girls clash with fierce rivals and slink through the local shopping centre, where they invite the attentions of cute boys.

  • GenreDrama, Under 18s, World
  • CastLindsay Karamoh, Assa Sylla, Karidja Toure.
  • DirectorCeline Sciamma.
  • WriterCeline Sciamma.
  • CountryFr
  • Duration113 mins
  • Official site
  • Release08/05/2015 (selected cinemas)

For her compelling third feature, French writer-director Celine Sciamma tackles another coming-of-age story, but this time her protagonist is considerably older and wrestling with issues of identity, sexuality and race in the neighbourhoods of Paris. Sullen teenager Marieme (Karidja Toure) lives at home with her parents, who are at loggerheads, and her younger sister. She yearns to escape and express herself, and that opportunity arises when a gang of three girls led by Lady (Assa Sylla) invite Marieme to join their ranks. Slipping a kitchen knife into her pocket, Marieme finds the freedom she craves as part of the gang. The girls clash with fierce rivals and slink through the local shopping centre, where they invite the attentions of cute boys without compromising their ability to behave exactly as they please.

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Friday 22nd May 2015
Saturday 23rd May 2015
Sunday 24th May 2015
Monday 25th May 2015
Wednesday 27th May 2015

Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay 3 stars

Documentary.

  • GenreDocumentary, Historical/Period, Musical
  • CastGenesis P-Orridge, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Graeme Revell.
  • DirectorTravis Collins, Amelie Ravalec.
  • WriterAmelie Ravalec.
  • CountryFr/Bel/Ger
  • Duration52 mins
  • Official site

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Thursday 28th May 2015

Mad Max: Fury Road 4 stars

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Immortan Joe rules the Citadel with an iron fist and he intends to mastermind the propagation of mankind in his own cruel image using five women called The Wives. Imperator Furiosa kidnaps these slaves and flees across the Wasteland. They join forces with Max Rockatansky, who has knowledge of the Wasteland and can help the fugitives find sanctuary in the deadly shifting sands. In the process, Max lights a fuse on a bitter and bloody road war between Furiosa and Immortan Joe.

  • GenreAction, Adventure, Science Fiction, Thriller
  • CastNicholas Hoult, Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Riley Keough, Zoe Kravitz, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
  • DirectorGeorge Miller.
  • WriterGeorge Miller, Brendan McCarthy, Nick Lathouris.
  • CountryAustralia/
  • Duration120 mins
  • Official sitewww.madmaxmovie.com
  • Release14/05/2015

Fasten your seat belts and hold on white-knuckle tight as writer-director George Miller invites you to an orgy of high-octane auto mayhem that makes Fast & Furious 7 looks like a sedate Sunday afternoon drive. Mad Max: Fury Road, the fourth instalment of the post-apocalyptic franchise, delivers a blitzkrieg of propulsive pursuits featuring almost 150 hand-built death machines of every conceivable shape and size.

These thrillingly choreographed sequences of carmageddon build to a jaw-dropping finale, replete with roof-mouthed metronome-like poles that allow road warriors to swoop down and snatch their prey from adjacent vehicles.

If the original Mad Max released in 1979 was soaked in testosterone, Fury Road adds a heady whiff of oestrogen by introducing a badass tribe of warrior women called the Vuvalini, who ride proudly into battle armed with explosive-tipped spears.

One prime specimen is Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron), the enigmatic driver of a mighty 18-wheeler mobile war rig. She reports to Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne), despotic leader of the Citadel, who is propagating the species in his cruel image using The Wives.

These five enslaved women (Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Riley Keough, Zoe Kravitz, Courtney Eaton, Abbey Lee) are impregnated by Immortan Joe to provide him with a viable male heir. Furiosa kidnaps The Wives and flees across the Wasteland with Immortan Joe and his army in hot pursuit.

Among the chasing horde is shaven-headed, tattooed acolyte Nux (Nicholas Hoult), who believes that death in battle will grant him entry to the warrior paradise of Valhalla. As Nux puts the pedal to the metal, his poisoned blood is replenished by a living donor, Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy), strapped to the front of the hot rod.

During the chase, Max breaks free from Nux and begrudgingly helps Furiosa and The Wives to evade Immortan Joe's clutches, bound for a lush oasis known as the Green Place.

Mad Max: Fury Road is a tour-de-force of adrenaline-pumping thrills. Computer trickery is kept to a bare minimum: stunt drivers actually performed these mind-boggling feats in real vehicles at dizzying speeds.

When director Miller briefly does take his foot off the accelerator, he hopes we'll be giddy enough on exhaust fumes to care deeply about plot and characterisation. Both sit quietly in the back seat, waiting for the next rev of a V-8 engine.

Hardy perfects an array of grunts and growls in place of dialogue. He's a dull boy though next to Theron's gutsy alpha female, who goes toe-to-toe and trades blow for bone-crunching blow with the grizzled anti-hero, channelling her character's sense of loss into vengeance.

Keays-Byrne takes a leaf out of Hardy's book from The Dark Knight Rises and dons a nightmarish face mask made of horse teeth. Miller's rambunctious ride is heightened by a deafening soundtrack courtesy of Grammy-nominated composer Junkie XL.

You'll feel the teeth rattle in your head as his sonic boom of drums, strings, thrashing electric guitars and a soaring 80-voice choir competes with the crash-bang-wallop of the on-screen carnage.

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Friday 22nd May 2015
Saturday 23rd May 2015
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Monday 25th May 2015
Tuesday 26th May 2015
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Moomins On The Riviera 4 stars

Moomin, Moominpappa, Moominmamma, Snorkmaiden and Little My embark on an exciting adventure by sea to the French Riviera. In this sun-kissed playground of the rich and fabulous, there are manifold distractions and Snorkmaiden's head is turned by suave playboy Clark Tresco, which infuriates Moomin. Meanwhile, Moominpappa befriends aristocrat Marquis Mongaga and adopts the name de Moomin in order to impress his new acquaintance.

  • GenreAdaptation, Animation/Cartoon, Comedy, Family, Family
  • CastNathaniel Parker, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Russell Tovey, Ruth Gibson, Stephanie Winiecki.
  • DirectorXavier Picard.
  • WriterAnnina Enckell, Leslie Stewart, Hanna Hemila, Beata Harju, Xavier Picard.
  • CountryFin/Fr
  • Duration77 mins
  • Official sitewww.moominsontheriviera.com
  • Release22/05/2015

Finnish illustrator Tove Jansson's lovable characters, the Moomins, sprung to life as a comic strip and picture books, then made an indelible mark in the UK as a 1980s stop-motion animated children's television series narrated by Richard Murdoch.

A Japanese anime TV version and a theme park on the island of Kailo followed in the 1990s as part of a merchandising boom that has firmly installed these rotund creatures, who resemble hippopotamuses, in global pop culture. Jansson's inquisitive creations set sail for the big screen in this lovingly hand-drawn animation, based on the original comic strips.

Moomins On The Riviera is a cautionary tale about the corruptive power of greed and jealousy, which takes a few gentle sideswipes at the cult of celebrity and the inflated price of modern art. The inoffensive script maintains a gentle pace, despite the extravagance of the setting with its luxury yachts and speedboats, reminding audiences of all ages that money can't buy the happiness of a family united.

In the aftermath of a pirate shipwreck close to the Moomins' island home, Moominpappa (Nathaniel Parker), Moominmamma (Tracy Ann Oberman), Moomintroll (voiced by Russell Tovey), Snorkmaiden (Stephanie Winiecki) and Little My (Ruth Gibson) embark on an exciting adventure by sea to the French Riviera.

In this sun-kissed playground of the rich and fabulous, there are manifold distractions. "Why do people in the south keep their hedgehogs in the water?" innocently wonders one of the clan, glimpsing a sea anemone in the rippling water.

Snorkmaiden's head is turned first by her Hollywood idol Audrey Glamour (Shelley Blond) and then by suave aristocratic playboy, Clark Tresco (Dave Brown). "Cousin, I need you to take my place in the story. I'm getting married," she coos to Moomintroll in a sweet moment of script in-jokery.

He is particularly infuriated by the skimpiness of Snorkmaiden's two-piece bikini. "You can't wear that!" he scolds. "It's like you're wearing nothing!"

Meanwhile, Moominpappa befriends artist Marquis Mongaga (Philippe Smolikowski) and adopts the name de Moomin in order to impress his new acquaintance. Moominmamma becomes exasperated and retires to the relative calm of the family's trusty boat, hoping that the rest of her brood will come to their senses and remember the family motto - "Live in peace, plant potatoes and dream" - in time for the journey home.

Directed with a light touch by Xavier Picard, Moomins On The Riviera is an entertaining introduction for younger audiences to the cuddly characters, and a nostalgia trip for the rest of us, created with the blessing of Jansson's niece Sophia.

Visuals retain the naive charm of original illustrations, even with the introduction of potentially grown-up scenes like Moominpappa suffering a whiskey-induced hangover. Vocal performances for this dubbed English language version are solid, and the 77-minute running time passes in the blink of an eye.

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Friday 22nd May 2015
Saturday 23rd May 2015
Sunday 24th May 2015
Monday 25th May 2015
Tuesday 26th May 2015
Wednesday 27th May 2015
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Regarding Susan Sontag + Q&A 3 stars

Documentary.

  • GenreDocumentary
  • CastPatricia Clarkson.
  • DirectorNancy Kates.
  • WriterJohn Haptas, Nancy Kates.
  • CountryUS
  • Duration100 mins
  • Official site

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Saturday 23rd May 2015

Shaun The Sheep Movie 4 stars

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Shaun and the flock grow tired of the daily routine on Mossy Bottom Farm under the watchful eye of Bitzer the sheepdog. So the herd hoodwinks the Farmer into taking a well deserved day. Unfortunately, the cunning plan goes awry and the Farmer ends up in the Big City suffering from a nasty bout of memory loss. Shaun and his fleecy friends head for the metropolis to bring the Farmer back home but they attract the attentions of a nasty animal containment officer called Trumper.

  • GenreAction, Adventure, Animation/Cartoon, Children, Children's, Comedy, Family, Family
  • CastJohn Sparkes, Justin Fletcher.
  • DirectorRichard Starzack, Mark Burton.
  • WriterRichard Starzack, Richard Goleszowski, Mark Burton.
  • CountryUK
  • Duration85 mins
  • Official sitewww.shaunthesheep.com
  • Release06/02/2015

Bristol-based Aardman Studios works its stop-motion animated magic on a colourful big screen adventure for the mischievous sheep, who first appeared in Wallace and Gromit's 1995 escapade A Close Shave and has been baad to the bone in a self-titled CBBC series since 2007.

Drawing loving inspiration from other Aardman films including Chicken Run, Shaun The Sheep Movie is a shear delight, melding slapstick and subtler humour to appeal to young fans and their wranglers.

Directors Mark Burton and Richard Starzack shepherd this boisterous romp through various twists and turns at a breathless pace. They litter the screen with wry visual gags, including an airborne cow clearing the roof of the Over The Moon public house.

Stop-motion visuals burst with colour and action sequences are orchestrated with mind-boggling technical precision. As usual, Shaun is at the centre of the madcap action. The flock grows tired of the daily routine on Mossy Bottom Farm under the watchful eye of Bitzer the sheepdog.

So the animals hoodwink the Farmer into taking a well-deserved day off so they can do the same. Unfortunately, this cunning plan goes awry and the Farmer ends up with a nasty bout of memory loss after a high-speed journey to The Big City inside a runaway caravan.

Off the hoof, Shaun and his fleecy friends board the 62 bus from Mossy Bottom to the metropolis, determined to bring their beloved master back home. Unfortunately, they attract the attention of a nasty animal containment officer called Trumper, who doesn't want any farmyard escapees on the lamb on his patch.

Aided by an orphan dog named Slip, the sheep disguise themselves as humans to pull the wool over the eyes of unsuspecting residents of The Big City and track down the Farmer.

In human form, the sheep enjoy haute cuisine at a bistro called Le Chou Brule, while the Farmer discovers a new calling with hair clippers at an upscale boutique. Back at Mossy Bottom, The Naughty Pigs run amok in the farmhouse, oblivious to the hare-brained antics of the other four-legged residents.

Shaun The Sheep Movie will have families flocking in droves to local cinemas. There's nothing woolly about Burton and Starzack's screenplay, which doesn't pause to bleat between set pieces, propelling the narrative forward without sacrificing the characterisation.

There are some lovely interludes here like Shaun's temporary incarceration in an animal shelter, which also houses a psychotic cat from the same litter as Hannibal Lecter and a dog with BARK and BITE tattooed on its knuckles.

As with other Aardman offerings, the animators' imprints are occasionally visible in the expressive clay protagonists, which is part of the film's undeniable charm. Ewe won't be disappointed.

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Saturday 23rd May 2015
Sunday 24th May 2015

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The Journey + Q&A 3 stars

Adventure, drama thriller.

  • GenreAdventure, Drama, Thriller
  • CastLindsey Coulson, Jason Flemyng, Charlene Collins.
  • DirectorLance Nielsen.
  • WriterLance Nielsen.
  • CountryAustralia/
  • Duration112 mins
  • Official site

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Monday 25th May 2015

The New Girlfriend 4 stars

Claire and Laura have been best friends since childhood. When Laura discovers she is terminally ill and won't live to see her child's first birthday, Claire and her husband Gilles promise to help Laura's husband David raise the child. One morning, Claire decides to pay David a visit to see how he is coping on his own and she makes a shocking discovery that forces her to confront her prejudices and preconceptions.

  • GenreAdaptation, Drama, World
  • CastRaphael Personnaz, Romain Duris, Anais Demoustier, Isild Le Besco.
  • DirectorFrancois Ozon.
  • WriterFrancois Ozon.
  • CountryFr
  • Duration108 mins
  • Official site
  • Release22/05/2015 (selected cinemas)

Romain Duris delivers an eye-catching performance in Francois Ozon's provocative drama with a delicious twist, based on the short story of the same name by Ruth Rendell. Claire (Anais Demoustier) and Laura (Isild Le Besco) have been best friends since childhood. When Laura finds her soulmate in David (Duris), Claire is their bridesmaid and soon after, Claire falls in love with her handsome beau, Gilles (Raphael Personnaz). The two women look forward to the birth of Laura's daughter Lucie. Alas, Laura discovers she is terminally ill and won't live to see her child's first birthday. When she dies, David is devastated and Claire and Gilles promise to help him raise the child. One morning, Claire decides to pay David a visit to see how he is coping on his own and she makes a shocking discovery that forces her to confront her prejudices and preconceptions.

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Friday 22nd May 2015
Saturday 23rd May 2015
Sunday 24th May 2015
Monday 25th May 2015
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