Saturday 4 June 2016
Start at 7.30pm
Sunset Song (15). The saga of a Scottish farming family before the outbreak of World War I.
A film adaptation by renowned UK director Terence Davies of the 1932 Scottish classic by Lewis Grassic Gibbon. It stars newcomer Agyness Deyn as Chris Guthrie, a young woman growing up in a farming family in North East Scotland, who has dreams of becoming a teacher. Her father (Peter Mullan) is a domestic tyrant who bullies his wife and beats his son. After her mother’s death, Chris’ brother Will escapes to Canada but Chris stays on to look after her stroke-ridden father and manage the farm, which she eventually inherits. The film shows us her life through courtship, marriage and motherhood, until the world is turned upside down by the outbreak of war in 1914. Ravishing cinematography and meticulous period detail. Not to be missed!
Price: £3.50 advance booking (01485 578171) - £4 on the door
Location: Amy Robsart Hall, Syderstone, Norfolk, PE31 8SD
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