UK | 2021 | 94’ | TBC | Andrea Arnold
Filmed over several years, this is a clear-eyed look at Luma, a cow on a dairy farm in the UK as she grows from calf to cow, mates and roams with her herd. A documentary that does not judge, but allows the audience to draw conclusions about how we relate to animals and invites us to consider the world from her point of view. The first documentary from visionary director Andrea Arnold (Fish Tank, Red Road)
“Details the life of dairy cows with unflinching and empathetic precision… there is something very heartfelt and committed about Andrea Arnold’s film: a poignancy and intimacy.” The Guardian
£6 / £4
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