Preview Screenings this Thursday: Hit Man - one of the most anticipated comedies of the year

Closes April 5
A drama from New Zealand starring Charlotte Rampling

Ruth (Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling) is a worldly former war correspondent now bored in retirement with a drinking problem and a newly fractured leg. Sam (George Ferrier) is her unruly grandson, recently kicked out of boarding school and grieving the death of his mother. When the two are brought together under the same roof, they form an unexpected bond.

Charlotte Rampling coming out of semi-retirement is an occasion that should be accompanied by fireworks — and she provides the fireworks herself in this film about healing fractured family dynamics.


The film… maintains some of its prickly charm, in no small part because of the feisty Rampling, whose ice-queen persona here straddles bone-dry humor and withering tragedy.

New York Times
Runtime 94 minutes
Rated 14A
Directed By Matthew J. Saville
Starring Charlotte Rampling, Marton Csokas, George Ferrier
Language English
New Zealand


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