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The Tricycle Theatre

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269 Kilburn High Road, Kilburn, England, NW6 7JR
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Alien: Covenant

Alien: Covenant
  • 2017
  • US
  • 123 min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Ridley Scott
  • Written by: Michael Green
  • Cast: Michael Fassbender, Demián Bichir, Katherine Waterston, Danny McBride, Jussie Smollett, Amy Seimetz, Carmen Ejogo, Callie Hernandez

The spaceship Covenant ends up on an unknown planet littered with little egg things, which can’t be good. The latest in the franchise is basically an excuse for Scott’s fantastic visuals and a series of more or less ingenious variations on grisly death, although some will enjoy the spectacle of Fassbender kissing himself.

Sun 28 May
  • 20:00
Mon 29 May
  • 20:15
Tue 30 May
  • 20:15
Wed 31 May
  • 20:15
Thu 1 Jun
  • 20:15

Frantz

Frantz
  • 2016
  • France
  • 113 min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: François Ozon
  • Cast: Pierre Niney, Paula Beer, Ernst Stötzner

In a small German town after WW1, Anna (Beer) mourns her fiancé Frantz who was killed, when she meets Frenchman Adrien (Niney), who claims to have been his friend. Touching, mournful and beautifully crafted tale, with a fine performance from Beer as just one of the many impressive elements.

Sun 28 May
  • 14:30
  • 17:30
Mon 29 May
Subtitled
  • 17:45
Tue 30 May
Subtitled
  • 17:45
Wed 31 May
Subtitled
  • 17:45
Thu 1 Jun
Subtitled
  • 17:45

The Other Side of Hope

The Other Side of Hope
  • 2017
  • Finland/Germany
  • 98 min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Aki Kaurismäki
  • Cast: Sherwan Haji, Sakari Kousmanen, Ville Virtanen, Kati Outinen

Syrian asylum-seeker Khaled (Haji) meets travelling salesman-turned-restaurateur Wikström (Kuosmanen), and after an awkward start, a beautiful friendship is born. Kaurismaki is back and at the top of his game, with a melancholy, gorgeous-looking, sometimes screamingly funny exploration of the kindness of strangers. How we’ve missed him.

Fri 2 Jun
Subtitled
  • 18:15
  • 20:30
Sat 3 Jun
  • 15:30
  • 18:15
  • 20:30

The Tricycle's theatre is known for its political angles and cultural diversity: a fact reflected in its divergent cinematic programme.

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