- 125 min
- Directed by: Terence Davies
- Written by: Terence Davies
- Cast: Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle, Duncan Duff
Emily Dickinson (Nixon) is a quick-witted, intelligent woman living in 19th century Amherst, Mass., debating with her Catholic lawyer father (Carradine) and pious aunt (Badland). Compelling portrait of the great American poet, with brilliant work from Ehle as Emily’s younger sister and a barnstorming performance from Nixon, combining wit with vulnerability.
Sat 25 Mar
This 20s art deco cinema fell into disrepair but was restored and brought back to life reopening in 2008 as a full time entertainment venue with live comedy, theatre and music, which also screens movies for parents with new babies and occasional classic films and live screenings from NT and the Met.
Patrons include PJ Harvey, Mike Leigh, Miranda Richardson and Ralph Steadman.
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