The Children Act (12)

Monday 25th March 2019

Doors and bar open 7pm, film starts 8pm

Meal Deal available at the Royal Oak Inn, Lostwithiel. Ring 01208 872552 to book your film tickets and table.

Our March main film will be The Children Act...

Emma Thompson stars as a brilliant, tortured judge facing a terrible moral dilemma at a crossroads in her career and marriage. Adapted by director Richard Eyre from Ian McEwan's novel, The Children Act follows the story of Fiona (Thompson) as she grapples with the case of a teenage boy from a Jehovah's witness family who needs a blood transfusion to treat his cancer - will she go against the wishes of the family to force him to have the life-saving treatment? Meanwhile, Fiona's all-consuming commitment to her job is putting a strain on her marriage to loving but neglected husband Jack (Stanley Tucci).  

"Thompson's trademark dry humour, intelligence and rueful concern are always a joy but this is a remarkable, luminously eloquent performance. .. you come out of The Children Act with two truths — Thompson deserves another best actress nomination and you will want to marry Stanley Tucci." Metro
 
"The Children Act is concerned with love, intimacy and moral responsibility and it is refreshing to see a movie which sets itself standards of this sort... Emma Thompson’s performance, so elegant and vulnerable, carries the picture." Peter Bradshaw - The Guardian
 

Tickets cost £4 for adults and £2 for under 18s, and are available online now or in advance from Watts Trading or on the door if not already sold out.

Screening details

Date: 25 March 2019

Time: Doors and bar open 7pm, film starts 8pm

Venue: Church Rooms, Church Lane, Lostwithiel



Film details

Year: 2017

Country: United Kingdom

Director: Richard Eyre

Cast: Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Ben Chaplin

Certificate: 12

Length: 1hr 45mins



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