Keswick Film Club - Pleasantville

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Sunday 24th October 5:30 PM


Director: Gary Ross Country: USA
Cert: 12 Year: 1998 Length: 118 mins


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Sensible David and his more flamboyant sister Jennifer get sucked into their TV to become two characters in the monochrome fifties sitcom 'Pleasantville'. Their arrival exposes the locals to 90's values of sex and enlightenment with colourful results.

An ingenious fable and metaphor for what happened to 50's America when the 60's arrived.


open_quote A playful and pleasing spoof of both the small- minded lifestyle idealised by reactionary advocates of family values and the intolerance and insecurity underlying that ideal close_quote Time Out

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