Fri 18 June - Thu 1 July 2021
UK | 2021 | 97’ | 12a | Florian Zeller
Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Coleman
Anthony is 81 years old and living alone in his London flat. His concerned daughter Anne is trying to organise care for him, an issue that is becoming especially pressing since she is hoping to move to Paris with her boyfriend. However, if he lives alone why is there a stranger claiming that it is his home and he is Anne’s husband, and where is his other daughter? Logic begins to slip away in this beautiful, brutal film about the crumbling of perception that comes with living with dementia. With an Oscar and BAFTA-winning performance of outrage, charm and vulnerability from Anthony Hopkins, this is an elegant and powerful film.
£6 / £4