Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Comedy, Coming of Age, Drama
At his Irish boarding school, Ned is something of an outsider, more interested in music than the exploits of the rugby team, whose fortunes dominate the agenda. Things get worse when Ned is assigned a new roommate. Conor has joined after leaving his previous school in mysterious circumstances, and quickly establishes himself as the rugby team’s star man. Gradually the pair bond with one another and truths are unearthed that they, and those around them, had tried to keep hidden. With an empowering call to be yourself, this is a crowd-pleasing and charming coming-out story, containing engaging messages for all young people around honesty and self-expression.
Forced to change schools and fed up of hearing his parents arguing, 15-year-old Conor forms a band to impress a mysterious older girl.
11+ years 106 mins
Uplifting comedy about an unlikely moment in recent British history, when in 1984, gay rights activists offered to support the striking miners.
14+ years 115 mins
The arrival of an unorthodox, inspiring teacher to a conservative '50s boarding school has a huge, controversial impact in this famed, touching drama.
11–16 years 123 mins
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