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English / French / Gaelic
Tatischeff is an old-fashioned illusionist, a master of rabbit in a hat and card tricks. Sadly for him, audiences have moved on, and the search for someone, anyone, to see his act takes him from France to the distant Scottish isles, and eventually to Edinburgh. Along the way he meets Alice, who really does believe in magic, something Tatischeff never has. Made by Belleville Rendez-Vous director Sylvain Chomet from a script by the late legendary French comedian Jacques Tati, this is a beautiful animated film, if a little sad - perfect for our older FILMCLUB members but probably not suitable for very young viewers. This film is mostly dialogue-free.
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7–14 years 114 mins
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11+ years 80 mins
A misunderstood homeless man takes an abandoned orphan under his wing, as they grow together and undertake a series of scams.
All ages 50 mins
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A selection of films exploring Scotland's rich film history and culture.
Suitable forAll ages
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