|Sun 10th January||4.30pm|
|Mon 11th January||7.45pm|
|Tues 12th January||7.45pm|
Dir: Terence Davies | UK / Luxembourg | 2015 | 130 mins
Cast: Peter Mullan, Agyness Deyn, Ian Pirie
Ravishing, tremulous and immensely romantic, the latest from British screenwriter, novelist and director Terence Davies (Of Time and the City, The Deep Blue Sea) adapts Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s classic novel. Set in Aberdeenshire on the eve of World War I, Agyness Deyn (Electricity) stars as the teenage daughter of an oppressive father (Peter Mullan); who when tragedy strikes, finds a curious liberty in the changes to her dysfunctionally tight-knit family.
Stunningly, lushly beautiful, it’s full of Davies’ trademark nostalgia and impressionistic grace, but also depicts the hard realities of life in a historical rural world on the cusp of brutal change.
“A stirring and gorgeous 1900s romance” ★★★★ Tom Huddleston, Time Out
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