Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Johnny Saxby spends his days working on the sheep farm owned by his family in Yorkshire, under an increased burden following his father’s recent debilitating stroke. Lonely and isolated, his evenings typically involve heavy drinking and casual encounters with men he meets in the pub. When lambing season arrives, the family employ Romanian migrant Gheorghe to lend a hand. An intense relationship begins between the pair, causing Johnny to confront his feelings of love for the first time. This beautiful and tender romantic drama has a raw intensity and an electric – often unspoken – chemistry between the two leads. Challenging stereotypes and preconceptions, the moving story travels in surprising directions and presents the day-to-day challenges of rural life in honest, unflinching fashion.
A trainee vet returns to the family farm following her brother’s death, to find it in dire economic circumstances as a result of recent flooding.
16+ years 84 mins
A thought-provoking film in which a gay couple's struggle for acceptance is juxtaposed against the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
14+ years 96 mins
A story about the forbidden and secretive relationship between two cowboys and their lives over the years.
14+ years 129 mins
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