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Five-year-old Jack has spent his entire life in “Room”, with just his mother and a series of objects for company. Ma is devoted to keeping Jack safe and happy, creating an entire universe for him within the confines of the walls. She is also attempting to conceal from him the awful truth that she has been brutally kidnapped and held hostage in the same space for seven years. When an opportunity arises for Ma and Jack to escape the clutches of their captor, Old Nick, it is up to Jack to attempt to bring the pair into a space which he knows nothing about and holds an entirely new set of fears: the outside world. Sensitively dealing with a horrifying scenario, this remarkable film tackles its subject with restraint, and ultimately contains a message of warmth, hope and love.
Foster worker Grace is forced to confront her own emotional bruises when a new resident moves in who reminds her a little too much of herself.
14+ years 93 mins
This powerful drama examines what drives seemingly pleasant people to commit terrible actions that have devastating consequences.
14–16 years 88 mins
Powerful and disturbing Cormac McCarthy adaptation about a father and son travelling through a post-apocalyptic landscape.
16+ years 111 mins
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After a bumper year of cinema, our Film Programming Assistant Michael runs you through the highlights, before revealing the whole team's Top 5 of 2016.
Reading time 10 mins
Film can be a wonderful tool for developing emotional understanding and mental wellbeing, while the act of filmmaking can provide a powerful means of
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