London, 1953. Civil servant William is a cog within the city’s bureaucracy. Buried under paperwork at the office and lonely at home, his life has long felt empty. However, when he receives a shattering medical diagnosis, he is forced to act to try and grasp fulfilment before it goes beyond reach.

Really quite something: a rare remake that only augments and enriches the original. For Bill Nighy, meanwhile, it feels in every sense like the role of a lifetime. -Empire Magazine

It’s a film that could have so easily smacked of an exercise, but its beauty feels thrillingly natural, and its considerable emotional power is honestly earned. -The Telegraph

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Genre
British DramaOscar Nominated
Runtime 102 minutes
Rated 14A
Directed By Oliver Hermanus
Starring Bill Nighy, Aimee Lou Wood, Alex Sharp
Language English
Country
UK

Showtimes

Wed, Feb

1
2:50 pm

Thu, Feb

2
5:40 pm

Fri, Feb

3
6:30 pm

Sat, Feb

4
4:30 pm 6:50 pm

Sun, Feb

5
3:50 pm

Mon, Feb

6
5:40 pm

Tue, Feb

7
2:40 pm 5:40 pm

Wed, Feb

8
2:40 pm

Thu, Feb

9
2:40 pm

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