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Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War
  • 2018
  • US
  • 2h 29min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo
  • Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Holland, Chadwick Boseman, Paul Bettany, Elizabeth Olsen, Dave Bautista, Zoe Saldana, Josh Brolin, Chris Pratt

Thanos (Brolin) aims to become all-powerful, in the first part of this two-part superhero mash-up. Death, destruction, torture and sacrifice are the order of the day, in a grand space opera that mixes tragedy with pathos, fleshed out with the usual Marvel humour. Truly remarkable.

Mon 18 Jun
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun
Thu 21 Jun

Book Club

Book Club
  • 2018
  • US
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Bill Holderman
  • Cast: Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Mary Steenburgen

Four women (Keaton, Fonda, Bergen and Steenburgen) form a book club to read Fifty Shades of Grey, and in so doing reassess their lives. Irresistibly cheeky and shamelessly cheesy ensemble drama in which older women are placed in the centre of the action, with a torrent of innuendo delivered with relish by a superior cast.

Mon 18 Jun
Subtitled
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun
Thu 21 Jun

Calibre

Calibre
  • 15

Two lifelong friends (Jack Lowden and Martin Mc, Cann) leave Edinburgh for an isolated Scottish Highlands village on a weekend hunting trip. After a night drinking with locals (who just about tolerate them) they head out on a misty morning to hunt deer. Things go tragically wrong and they decide to try and cover up an accident, but as they become stranded in the village they are drawn into a dark nightmare. Gun-wielding villagers force them to make a series of terrible and impossible choices.

Fri 22 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

C'est la vie! (Le Sens de la fête)

C'est la vie! (Le Sens de la fête)
  • 15

Co-directors and screenwriters Éric Toledano and Olivier Nakache gained appropriate attention thanks to their sublime film Intouchables (2011). With C’est la vie! they tell the delightfully sprawling story of a day in the life of an ageing Parisian wedding caterer (beautifully played by Jean-Pierre Bacri) driven to frustrated distraction as a complex wedding in a 17th-century chateau unravels. This is a sophisticated ensemble comedy with a broad multi-ethnic and multi-generational cast, all driven by a breezy score (just like Intouchables) that delivers real, irreverent pleasure.

Sat 23 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Cold War

Cold War
  • 15

Pawel Pawlikowski, the director of the Oscar-winningIda, returns with the passionate love story of Wiktor and Zula, who meet in the ruins of post-war Poland. With different backgrounds and temperaments, they are fatally mismatched and yet fatefully condemned to each other. Set against the background of the Cold War in 1950s Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris, the couple are separated by politics, character flaws and unfortunate twists of fate – an impossible love story in impossible times. Cold Waris dedicated to Pawel Pawlikowski’s parents, whose names the protagonists share. The real Wiktor and Zula died in 1989, just before the Berlin Wall came down.

Sun 24 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Deadpool 2

Deadpool 2
  • 2018
  • US
  • 1h 59min
  • 15
  • Directed by: David Leitch
  • Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Zazie Beetz, Morena Baccarin

When tragedy splinters Wade Wilson’s own life, it takes a meeting with a mutant kid (Dennison) and vengeful cyborg Cable (Brolin) to renew his sense of purpose. Filthy, ferocious and funny, it surpasses its predecessor by doubling down on the gleeful self-awareness and excess; the whole cast shines, and the climax is surprisingly touching.

Mon 18 Jun
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun
Thu 21 Jun

The Devil Outside

  • 15

Brought up in the world of evangelical Christianity, teenager Robert (Noah Carson) has been raised believing that evil is lurking just outside his front door. At school his beliefs are questioned, and he soon finds himself caught between his mother (Keeley Forsyth) and his new friend, foul-mouthed and rebellious Marcus (Daniel Frogson). When Robert finds a body in the woods he realises that God has sent him a sign, albeit a strange one. A coming of age film about religion, madness and repressed sexuality from talented writer-director Andrew Hulme (Snow in Paradise). 

Fri 22 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Dirt Road to Lafayette

Dirt Road to Lafayette

Bereaved Scottish father Tom (David O’Hara) and his teenage son Murdo (newcomer Neil Sutcliffe) take an emotional journey from the Highlands to the US, where Murdo hears zydeco (blues) music for the first time. Murdo, an accordionist, hasn’t played since the death of his mother, but that changes when he meets retired zydeco legend Queen Monzee-ay and her family. Murdo starts to play the accordion again, fusing the music of his home country with zydeco, and helping heal family wounds. Scripted by Booker-winning Scottish author James Kelman.

Sun 24 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Eaten by Lions

The Song of Scorpions
  • 2017
  • UK
  • Directed by: Jason Wingard
  • Cast: Antonio Aakeel, Jack Carroll, Asim Chaudhry

Two half-brothers go in search of an estranged father following a family tragedy.

  • IMDb
Thu 21 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Sat 23 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Edie

Edie
  • 2017
  • UK
  • 1h 37min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Simon Hunter
  • Cast: Sheila Hancock, Kevin Guthrie, Paul Brannigan

Edie (Hancock) was trapped in a loveless marriage for years, so when her husband dies, the 85-year-old takes advantage of her new freedom to go mountain-climbing in the Scottish Highlands. There’s charming chemistry between Hancock and co-star Guthrie, and the film is not unaware of how unprepared Edie is; unashamedly feel-good if somewhat formulaic.

Mon 18 Jun
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun
Thu 21 Jun

Edinburgh International Film Festival: The Young and the Wild

An exciting programme of masterclasses, onstage interviews, workshops, careers events and advice for young people interested in filmmaking and the moving image industries.

Sat 23 Jun

£8 (£6)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Glyndebourne 2018: Madama Butterfly

Glyndebourne 2018: Madama Butterfly

Annilese Miskimmon directs Puccini's tragic romance.

Thu 21 Jun

Hereditary

Hereditary
  • 2018
  • US
  • 2h 7min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Ari Aster
  • Cast: Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne, Alex Wolff, Milly Shapiro

Annie (Collette) is an artist who crafts a dollhouse depicting the traumas of her life, but then her family begins to feel they’re being haunted by her late mother. Unnervingly oppressive debut from Aster, exploring maternal guilt and family anxiety. Collette has one of her best roles in years.

Mon 18 Jun
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun
Thu 21 Jun
Subtitled

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
  • 2018
  • US
  • 2h 8min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: JA Bayona
  • Cast: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jeff Goldblum, B. D. Wong, Toby Jones, Rafe Spall

Raptor wrangler Owen (Pratt) and his ex, Claire (Howard) return to Isla Nublar to rescue the dinosaurs from an impending volcanic eruption. Lots of ideas and some earnest lessons about conservation can’t hide that the franchise is running out of oomph, but it’s still fun.

Mon 18 Jun
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun
Thu 21 Jun

Kayak to Klemtu

  • 12A

Director Zoe Hopkins film is driven by heart and a gentle naivety as it follows 14-year-old Ella (the charismatic Ta’kaiya Blaney), who is determined to kayak the Inside Passage in British Colombia (cue natural wonders a-plenty). Her recently deceased activist uncle Dave (Evan Adams) had planned to make the trip and deliver an impassioned speech against a proposed pipeline that would bring oil tankers to their homeland waters. Veteran actor Lorne Cardinal has fun as her grumpy uncle who reluctantly joins the kayak trip.

Sun 24 Jun

£10 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Lucid

  • 15

Timid Zel (Laurie Calvert), adrift in a city with no friends, simultaneously craves and fears intimacy. His eccentric neighbour, Elliot (Billy Zane), offers to help him try and win over dancer Jasmine (Felicity Gilbert) using an experimental form of dream therapy. While this so-called lucid dreaming helps him change and become more confident, his lust leads him on a dark adventure and the question remains as to whether he can charm Jasmine in reality. A striking debut from writer-director Adam Morse.

Sat 23 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Make Me Up

  • 15

Acclaimed Scottish multimedia artist Rachel Maclean delivers a bold, glossy and powerful debut art drama about the role of women in society and how they have been depicted in art and art history. Marking 100 years of women’s suffrage, the film blends comedy and subversive drama filtered through Mac, Lean’s surreal and pop-coloured aesthetic. The film imagines a dystopian future where a group of women are trapped in a glossy TV-style competition overseen by the Figurehead, who speaks only in the voice and words of Kenneth Clark from Civilisation (1969).

Sun 24 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Moana

Moana
  • 2016
  • US
  • 1h 43min
  • PG
  • Directed by: Ron Clements, John Musker
  • Cast: Auli'i Cravalho, Dwayne Johnson, Temuera Morrison, Nicole Scherzinger, Rachel House, Jemaine Clement, Alan Tudyk

Moana (Carvalho) is a plucky Polynesian girl who revives the voyaging tradition of her island tribe, with the help of buffoonish demigod Maui (Johnson, exuberantly sending himself up.) The unabashed positivity is pure Disney but Bush's zingy screenplay satirises the studio's princess obsession and there's a refreshing lack of a love interest. A spirited, vividly realised and genuinely rousing adventure.

Sat 23 Jun
Sun 24 Jun

Mug (Twarz)

  • 15

A wonderful, deadpan farce tackling the current state of Poland, Mug is the latest film from one of the country’s most talented filmmakers, writer and director Małgorzata Szumowska. The charismatic Mateusz Kościukiewicz stars as Jacek, a free spirited bad boy who works helping to build a massive statue of Christ and gets engaged to the equally carefree Dagmara (Małgorzata Gorol). After an accident, Jacek’s face has to be rebuilt and the film becomes a farcical comedy drama as friends and family become wary of his new look.

Sat 23 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Ocean's 8

Ocean's 8
  • 2018
  • US
  • 1h 50min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Gary Ross
  • Cast: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter

An all-female crew (lead by Danny Ocean's estranged sister) attempt to pull of an audacious heist.

Mon 18 Jun
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun
Thu 21 Jun

Old Boys

  • 12A

Toby Macdonald’s wonderfully-staged debut film is a re-working of Cyrano de Bergerac’s classic story, set against the backdrop of a rough-and-tumble boarding school for boys. Amberson (Alex Lawther) may be awkward at sports, but his imagination comes to the fore when he helps the handsome school hero (who is more lad than poet) pursue Agnes (Pauline Etienne), the daughter of the visiting French teacher, despite being enamoured with her himself. A lovely comedy based on a timeless story.

Thu 21 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Piano to Zanskar

  • 12A

The winning film at last year’s EI, FF Work in Progress, Michal Sulima’s delightful documentary debut is a joy, following 65-year-old London piano tuner Desmond O'Keeffe. Desmond embarks on a journey – with some delightfully eccentric young companions – to take a 100-year-old upright piano to a primary school in Lingshed, one of the most isolated settlements in the world, some 14,000 feet above sea level in the Indian Himalayas. Using yaks, ponies and old-fashioned muscle this delivery will crown his 40-year-long career. 

Sat 23 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Princess Emmy

  • U

Animated entertainment aimed at fans of princesses and horses. Princess Emmy has a secret gift – she is the only one in the kingdom of Kandis who can speak to horses. She has a wonderful time with her best friends, a stable full of amazing horses. When her scheming cousin, Gizana, appears, Emmy’s chance to become an officially inaugurated princess is threatened. She must undergo a test for the right to keep her special gift. Voices by John Hannah, Franka Potente and young Ruby Barnhill as Princess Emmy. 

Sat 23 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Sat 30 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Puzzle

Puzzle
  • 2018
  • US
  • 1h 43min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Marc Turtletaub
  • Cast: Kelly Macdonald, Irrfan Khan, David Denman, Bubba Weiler, Austin Abrams, Liv Hewson

When Agnes discovers a passion for jigsaw puzzles her life suddenly and unexpectedly becomes more interesting.

Sat 23 Jun

£15 (£10)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Race 3

Race 3
  • 2018
  • India
  • Directed by: Remo
  • Cast: Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Anil Kapoor

Hindi action thriller.

Mon 18 Jun
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun

The Return

  • 15

An enthralling blend of fiction and documentary, Malene Choi’s emotionally absorbing film follows Danish-Korean adoptees as they head back to their native land in search of their birth parents. Denmark-raised Karoline (Karoline Sofie Lee) and Thomas (Thomas Hwan) meet at a Seoul guesthouse designed for returning Korean adoptees. As the two get to know each other, the film intercuts footage of other real-life residents dealing with the emotions that emerge from encounters with Korea, their birth parents and how this impacts their adoptive families.

Sun 24 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Searching

  • 15

This smart and absorbing suspense film tackles the twin themes of parents worrying about their children’s behaviour and the modern ill of people spending too much time on devices. John Cho stars as a widowed father trying to track down his missing daughter. The clever visuals take place entirely on screens, veering from computers to mobile devices to all technology in-between. The twists are tense and clever. Debra Messing is great as a tough detective who is the best hope of finding the missing girl. 

Fri 22 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

The Secret of Marrowbone

  • 2018
  • Spain
  • 1h 50min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Sergio G Sánchez
  • Cast: George MacKay, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton

Period ghost story.

Thu 21 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Fri 22 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Secret Unlimited Screening

Secret Unlimited Screening
  • Various
  • Directed by: Various

A mystery screening for Cineworld's Unlimited members.

Wed 20 Jun

Sherlock Gnomes

Sherlock Gnomes
  • 2018
  • UK/US
  • PG
  • Directed by: John Stevenson
  • Cast: Emily Blunt, Johnny Depp, Michael Caine

When the gnomes of London go missing, the titular detective (Depp) and his long-suffering sidekick (Ejiofor) go looking for them. Despite vivid animation and a fine voice cast, there’s just not enough story to fuel this hardly-necessary sequel to the lacklustre 2011 original.

Mon 18 Jun
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun

Shorts: Dream Images

  • 15

Image and sound are synthesised to create a dreamlike trajectory through the reimagined biography of an enigmatic Bollywood performer. Hazy field notes that hover between reality and fiction are drawn from the travels of legendary Japanese underground folk singer Kazuki Tomokawa. The tension between the familiar and the mystical is channeled through the alchemical communion between landscape, folklore and the individual in both Haiti and rural India.

Thu 21 Jun

£8 (£6)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Shorts: Optics

  • 15

How does cinema both reflect and distort reality in striking and unexpected ways? Taking this question as a guiding principle, Optics sets in motion a dual investigation into the power of cinematic illusion, as well as the processes and visual language behind the very creation of moving images. These shorts explore performance and its relationship to fiction, the physical and tactile methodologies implicit within analogue filmmaking, an ingenious collapsing of the distance between image and audience, and a foregrounding of the poetic moments uncovered within the everyday. 

Fri 22 Jun

£8 (£6)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Shorts: Resistant Bodies

  • 18

Taking as inspiration some of the themes central to Hammer's work, this programme further unpacks these ideas to present a striking panorama of contemporary artists, unified by a similarly radical spirit of playful subversion and aesthetic experimentation. With a focus on the politics of the body, physicality is explored and celebrated through the lenses of performance, space, sensuality and visibility. See also Defiant Bodies: Celebrating Barbara Hammer.

Curated by Lydia Beilby and Kim Knowles.

Sun 24 Jun

£8 (£6)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Shorts - UK 1: Firecracker

  • 15

Teeming with imagination, directorial vision and creative verve, the search for connection and meaning within the chaos of postmodern society echoes through each of these shorts. Journeying into the surreal world of competitive dog shows; negotiating the perils of online dating; the challenges of queer parenting; and the explosive power dynamics that shape our relationships with lovers, family, friends and foes.

Sat 23 Jun

£8 (£6)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Shorts: Where's Your Skirt?

  • 15

What does it take to be an adult? Let’s hope it’s not cooking. But is it finding your own expression? Taking risks? A sense of responsibility? This programme of short films explores the ideas of adulthood through aspirations of youth across cultures using narrative and documentary films. A carefully curated selection of recently completed films from students from the UK’s film academies, presented by M, Sc Film, Exhibition & Curation at the University of Edinburgh. 

Sun 24 Jun

£8 (£6)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Show Dogs

Show Dogs
  • 2018
  • US / UK
  • 1h 32min
  • PG
  • Directed by: Raja Gosnell
  • Cast: Will Arnett, Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, Natasha Lyonne, Alan Cumming

NYPD Rottweiler Max (Ludacris) goes undercover with FBI agent Frank (Arnett) at the Canini Invitational, a prestigious Vegas dog show. Arnett gives an uncharacteristically lacklustre turn, although Lyonne takes being the love interest in her stride, but despite spirited voice acting it’s both overly silly and vaguely moralistic.

Mon 18 Jun
Wed 20 Jun
Sun 1 Jul
Autism-friendly

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Solo: A Star Wars Story
  • 2018
  • US
  • 2h 14min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Ron Howard
  • Cast: Alden Ehrenreich, Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke, Donald Glover, Thandie Newton, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Joonas Suotamo

The origin story of the young Han Solo (Ehrenreich), as he gets out of Corellia, meets Chewbacca (Suotamo) and Lando (Glover) for the first time, and runs into former lover Qi’ra (Clarke). Ehrenreich has just the right easy charm and despite some missteps it’s an enjoyable yarn with fine set-pieces.

Mon 18 Jun
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun
Thu 21 Jun

Steel Country

  • 15

An edge-of-your-seat revenge thriller featuring a captivating performance from Andrew Scott (Sherlock) as Donald, a man with autism who works as a sanitation truck driver. Donald becomes obsessed with the disappearance of a young boy when it seems the police are colluding in some kind of cover up, and he decides to play detective. Set in Trump’s America, the film references many issues faced by the US under the current regime. Simon Fellows’ film is produced by Gareth Unwin, producer on The King’s Speech. 

Sun 24 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Super Troopers 2

Super Troopers 2
  • 2018
  • US
  • 1h 39min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Jay Chandrasekhar
  • Cast: Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter, Erik Stolhanske, Rob Lowe, Brian Cox

The troopers from the original film are given the task of patrolling a disputed border between the USA and Canada. Actor-director Chandrasekhar and his troupe double down on the Canadian flavour of the setting and those who enjoyed the shamelessly low-brow original will get what they want, and more, from the sequel.

Mon 18 Jun
Tue 19 Jun
Wed 20 Jun
Thu 21 Jun

Thick Lashes of Lauri Mäntyvaara (Lauri Mäntyvaaran tuuheet ripset)

  • 15

The feature debut of writer/director Hannaleena Hauru (and from the producers of The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki), this wonderfully made film follows best friends Satu and Heidi, who preach that real love is not for sale as they sabotage posh weddings on their picturesque Finnish archipelago. When Heidi falls for ice hockey star Lauri Mäntyvaara, Satu finds herself alone. Their friendship and revolutionary notions are put to the test, as Satu must decide what she really wants. 

Sat 23 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Two for Joy

  • 15

A powerful coming-of-age drama about a sister and younger brother who must care for their troubled mother (a moving performance by Samantha Morton) as their relationship reaches critical mass. The debut feature of writer-director Tom Beard (director of music videos for F, KA twigs and Florence and the Machine), Two for Joy looks at Britain through the eyes of a family in crisis and deals with issues of mental illness, marginalised communities and national identity. Also stars Billie Piper, Daniel Mays and Bella Ramsey (Game of Thrones). 

Sat 23 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Sun 24 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Vitello

  • U

A delightful new animated film about an energetic young boy who lives alone with his mother that originated in Denmark, but was partly animated in Leith. Vitello is brimming with energy and has good friends in Max and Hasse, but misses having a father in his (and his mother’s) life, so he decides to go off in search of one, only to find he isn’t the person Vitello was quite expecting. Based on the popular children’s book series by Kim Fupz Aakeson and Niels Bo Bojesen.

Sat 23 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Sun 24 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Waru

  • 2006
Sun 24 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

We the Animals

  • 15

Though its subject matter appears familiar, this beautiful, deeply lyrical film is a haunting and poetic story of growing up that looks like a Terrence Malick film and is blessed with memorable performances. Jonah (Evan Rosado) – confused by his emerging sexuality – and his two older brothers run wild through the woods near their upstate New York home, but struggle to deal with their father’s violence toward their loving mother (Sheila Vand, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night). Beautifully observed and shot with grace and compassion by Jeremiah Zagar. 

Sun 24 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Weightless

  • 15

Alessandro Nivola delivers a magnetic lead performance as Joel, a tormented loner given to moments of anger. He tries to foster a new relationship with warm-hearted Janeece (Julianne Nicholson), but his life is thrown out of balance when his ex-wife vanishes and he finds himself responsible for his son, 10-year-old Will (Eli Haley), an equally vulnerable soul who needs care Joel is barely able to provide. The two must find a way to deal with their situation. 

Fri 22 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Sun 24 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

White Chamber

  • 15

Britain is poised on the edge of all-out civil war as the state battles with rebel militia when a young woman named Ruth (Shauna Macdonald) wakes in a blindingly white room. She is questioned and the room is used as an instrument of torture – it changes extremes of temperature, exudes acid and fire – but as Ruth talks to her captor she finds everything is not as it seems. So begins a complex and twisting story about captor and captive. Also stars Oded Fehr and Nicholas Farrell. [15]

Thu 21 Jun

£12 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh International Film Festival.

Edinburgh's Cineworld is located in Fountainbridge, within the Fountainpark entertainment centre, just west of the city centre. The 13-screen cinema contains Edinburgh's only IMAX screen.

As well as the cinema, the complex also includes a Virgin Active gym, a tenpin bowling alley, Genting casino, kids soft play area and a number of pubs and restaurants.

Lothian buses 1, 2, 34 and 35 regularly run past the cinema and there is parking located beneath the complex (four hours free).

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15 Dec 2017

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