1945 (TBC) (12a)

Director Ferenc Torok. Drama


Beautifully framed and shot, this is the best film about the impact of the Holocaust I have ever seen, made without a single image of the concentration camps. August 1945, the war is ending. Two Jews arrive at a remote rural railway station. As the villagers prepare for a big wedding, word spreads like wildfire, sending them into a panic of paranoia and recrimination. The local ‘big man’ in particular is desperate to cover up how he profited from the Jews being deported. Tautly told using the camera rather than too many words, this slowly ratchets up the tension to a stunning, thought-provoking finale that lingers long in the mind.

Starring Starring: Peter Rudolf, Tamas Szabo Kimmel

Sunday7Apr

2019

Tickets
Adult: £6.00 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
91

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01568 616460 / 612583

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Thursday18Apr

2019

Tickets
Adult: £5.00 

Time
7.30pm

Running Time
91

Enquiries
01568 760606

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