|Sun 29th July||7.45pm A/D|
|Tues 31st July||7.45pm A/D S/T|
|Thurs 2nd August||7.45pm A/D|
Dir: Debra Granik | UK | 2018| 105 mins
Cast: Ben Foster, Thomasin McKenzie, Dale Dickey
The new film from Debra Granik – director of 2010’s critically adored Winter’s Bone – is this intelligent, delicate and subtly thought provoking drama following a father and daughter eking out a life off the grid. Grizzled army vet Will (Ben Foster) and his 13-year-old daughter Tom (Thomasin McKenzie) are based in an Oregon nature reserve and rarely make contact with the outside world. But when a small mistake tips them off to authorities, they’re forced on an increasingly erratic journey in search of a place to call their own. Continuing Granik’s exploration of Americans living on the margins, this is a riveting and lyrical film anchored by a pair of superb performances.
“A deeply intelligent story of love and survival in the wild” **** Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
The screening on Tuesday 31st July will be shown with subtitles projected onto the screen for the hearing impaired, and these are signified by the symbol S/T on the website and in our monthly brochure. Please note all other screenings of these films are without subtitles.
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