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An Austrian teenager struggles to escape the guilt of his past in this thoughtful and deliberately paced rites-of-passage tale. 19-year-old loner Roman Kogler is attempting to come to terms with his tragic childhood, and also an act of violence that’s left him serving time in a youth detention centre. Unless he proves himself employable, he’s unlikely to get parole; prompting him to take an unpleasant, day-release job shifting bodies in Vienna’s city morgue. Initially, Roman’s untouched by his subsequent daily encounters with death, until the arrival of one particular female corpse sets him off on a poignant journey of discovery and atonement.
One of the most difficult ethical questions society faces is this: what do we do with children who have killed?
16+ years 100 mins
This inventive and powerful film about playwright Andrea Dunbar is an example of British cinema at its best.
14+ years 90 mins
Both atmospheric and effortlessly authentic, Fish Tank is a note perfect story of an adolescent's struggle in a complex adult world.
14+ years 120 mins
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