Into Film Clubs
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Set in the summer of 1993, six year-old Frida leaves her home in Barcelona for the countryside after the death of her mother and father. Leaving her grandparents behind, Frida must adjust to her new life living with her uncle Esteve and aunt Marga, as well as her three year-old cousin Anna. Despite her surroundings, Frida is unable to move on from the trauma of losing both her parents at such a young age, and struggles to adjust to this unfamiliar rural world. ‘Summer 1993’ is a piece of visual filmmaking exploring bereavement and childhood psychology from a first-time feature director.
An anthem for troubled loners everywhere and an emblem of French cinematic cool, this is the deeply moving tale of a cheeky yet vulnerable schoolboy.
14+ years 95 mins
A modern fairy tale with a razor-sharp edge, this deeply compassionate film from the Dardenne brothers centres on a damaged boy in search of love.
11+ years 85 mins
The magic and innocence of childhood is captured in this drama which follows the adventures of six-year-old Moonee across a single summer.
14+ years 111 mins
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Also new in cinemas are 'Smallfoot', '22 July' and 'They Shall Not Grow Old', with 'Hereditary' and 'Summer 1993' released on DVD.
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