Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Following the events from the last film, James - who was formerly homeless - now has accommodation but must continue to busk for long hours to keep the lights on. Accompanied on the streets by adorable cat Bob, who’s friendship gave him the strength to become sober last Christmas, James is reflecting on how much his life has changed. When local authorities see the two busking, they threaten to have Bob taken away, claiming they are concerned at the long hours he spends outdoors. After so many years isolated and homeless, James must find the courage to ask for help from those around him and learn that he’s not so alone after all. This heart-warming story is adapted from a series of memoirs and strikes a balance between exploring class and homelessness with themes of community and friendship.
Retelling of the classic dog adventure sees a poor family forced to sell their pet Lassie, who is desperate to escape her new owners and return.
7–14 years 96 mins
Extraordinary true story about a homeless recovering drug addict who turns his life around thanks to a new friendship with a stray ginger cat.
11–16 years 103 mins
A sweet-natured tale about an uplifting friendship between a lonely girl and and her adopted dog.
7–11 years 106 mins
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