Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
At the beginning of Ikiru, a middle-aged Japanese civil servant discovers that he is dying. The rest of the film tells the tale of what he does with the final bit of life left to him, having wasted - as he sees it - the previous decades. The result is neither a depressing wallow in gloom nor an upliftingly perky tale of someone suddenly doing everything they had been too scared to do before. It's something smarter, more complex - and far more rewarding. A beautifully intimate film from one of Japan's most loved directors.
This thoughtful American tragedy touches on racism and vigilantism and is another gem in Clint Eastwood's magnificent career.
14–16 years 116 mins
A father and son reluctantly take a road trip together to claim an elusive million-dollar prize.
14+ years 115 mins
Bizarre but brilliant existential tale of a hypochondriac playwright whose art begins to imitate life on a very grand scale indeed.
16+ years 119 mins
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