There will be a short discussion after each film for those who wish to stay. Come along and sample our new, improved sound system. When available on the DVD, we will add the subtitles option to assist those with hearing problems/hearing aids. You will be very welcome.
Film Appreciation: May – September 2019
1943. The world is at war. Charlotte Gray, a young Scottish woman, is parachuted into France to liaise with the French Resistance. Unofficially she is also looking for her lover, Peter, an airman missing in action in France. As she becomes more deeply involved with the Resistance she realises that her love of France and its people will change her life forever.
24th June. The Queen (2006)
Following the death of Diana, the Queen (Helen Mirren) and her family remain hidden behind closed doors. Tony Blair, the new and increasingly popular Prime Minister, battles to convince the monarchy that its desire for privacy could lead to its downfall.
This is one of the great historical epics, starring Peter O’Toole and Richard Burton. Henry II appoints Thomas Becket as Archbishop of Canterbury. He is soon in conflict, torn between his loyalty to God and his friendship with his lifelong friend, the king.
This is the story of J.M. Barrie’s extraordinary journey to create the classic story of Peter Pan, from his first inspiration to the night of the play’s premiere. It stars Johnny Depp, Kate Winslet , Dustin Hoffman and Julie Christie.
This is based on a true story and is a visually sweeping spectacle. Two men battle to save a South American Indian tribe from enslavement by 18th Century colonial empires. It stars Robert de Niro and Jeremy Irons.