|Sun 17th January||4.30pm|
|Thurs 21st January||7.45pm|
Dir: Jake Gavin | UK | 2015 | 87 mins
Cast: Peter Mullan, Keith Allen, Natalie Gavin
The wonderful Peter Mullan once again demonstrates the authenticity and honesty that he has shown in past work for Ken Loach (My Name is Joe), Danny Boyle (Trainspotting) and Paddy Considine (Tyrannosaur) in the profound, humane Hector; as a homeless drifter whose affable demeanour belies a tragic past. Forced to confront that which he’s left behind, the film chronicles his journey to reconnect with his siblings for Christmas, potently evoking one man’s quest to wrangle his life back in from society’s edges. A quiet yet meaningful celebration of friendship, this is a powerfully moving, brilliantly performed drama.
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