Keswick Film Club - 45 Years

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Sunday 11th October 5:00 PM

45 Years 

Director: Andrew Haigh Country: UK
Cert: 15 Year: 2015 Length: 95 mins
45 Years

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Audience Reaction

Score: 72.31% Attendance: 121




UK Directors Day

Keswick Film Club's two-for-one day brings you two very different UK films to enjoy for the price of one film!

Kate and Geoff Mercer are planning a celebration for their 45th wedding anniversary when a letter arrives for Geoff; the body of Katya, his lover from 50 years ago has turned up in the Alps where she was killed. Forgotten and unmentioned for many years, why does her reappearance matter? How much did she mean to Geoff? What secrets has he covered up all these years? Can you be jealous of a dead person?


open_quote Haigh's very fine, classically modulated film keeps these questions alive until literally its last shot, and lets them jangle their way through you for days afterwards close_quote Tim Robey, Telegraph

open_quote Charlotte Rampling hides an ocean of sadness beneath surface calm, while Tom Courtenay blusters along in a very male fashion, though he too is crumbling inside. It's a film of small moments and tiny gestures that leaves a very, very big impression close_quote Dave Calhoun, Time Out



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