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Harbour Lights Picturehouse

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Ocean Village, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 3TL
  • Box office 0871 902 5733
  • Bar open Mon–Sun 1–10pm.
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  • Website www.picturehouses.co.uk/cinema/…
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42nd Street

42nd Street
  • 1933
  • US
  • 1h 29min
  • U
  • Directed by: Lloyd Bacon
  • Cast: Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell, Ginger Rogers

‘Come and meet those dancing feet, on the avenue I’m taking you to – 42nd Street.’ One of the brightest, toe-tapping backstage musical triumphs from Depression era Hollywood, 42nd Street provided a major stepping stone in the career of twenty-two-year-old Ginger Rogers. Ruby Keeler is the chorus girl who steps in to replace an ailing leading lady and emerges a shiny new Broadway star but Rogers steals all her scenes as wise-cracking, gold-digging chorus girl Anytime Annie. Eye-popping choreography from Busby Berkeley is matched by an unforgettable score that includes ‘Shuffle off to Buffalo’, ‘You’re Getting to be a Habit with Me’ and the glorious title track. Part of the Glasgow Film Festival

Sun 20 Aug

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power
  • 2017
  • US
  • 1h 38min
  • PG
  • Directed by: Bonni Cohen, Jon Shenk
  • Cast: Al Gore, Barack Obama, Donald J. Trump

Eleven years after the original film, this is a fly-on-the-wall portrait of the Big Daddy of global environmentalism going about his work. Gore comes across as a charming and savvy negotiator, funny, empathetic and passionate. An inspiring call to people to exercise their power.

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Sat 19 Aug
  • 12:45
  • 20:15
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Detroit

Detroit
  • 2017
  • US
  • 2h 23min
  • Directed by: Kathryn Bigelow
  • Cast: John Boyega, Anthony Mackie, Algee Smith

Dramatic retelling of a police raid in Detroit in 1967 that resulted in one of the largest race riots in American history.

  • IMDb
Sun 20 Aug

Dunkirk

Dunkirk
  • 2017
  • 1h 46min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Christopher Nolan
  • Written by: Christopher Nolan
  • Cast: Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance, Cillian Murphy, Harry Styles

Survival story set during the battle of Dunkirk in WWII. The younger cast members acquit themselves admirably, including pop star Harry Styles; and, in its uncomfortable depiction of frightened men looking to save their own skin, this is far from straightforwardly patriotic fare. As he delivers non-stop visual audacity, once again Nolan shows himself to be a master of pure cinema.

  • IMDb
Sat 19 Aug
  • 15:30
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Final Portrait

Final Portrait
  • 2017
  • UK
  • 1h 30min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Stanley Tucci
  • Cast: Geoffrey Rush, Armie Hammer, Clémence Poésy

American writer James Lord (Hammer) poses for a portrait by legendary painter and sculptor Alberto Giacometti (Rush), but regrets it as the deadline is extended beyond absurdity. Delightfully playful examination of the artist-subject relationship, and both Rush and Hammer are perfectly cast as the curmudgeonly master and his impeccably polite sitter.

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Sat 19 Aug
  • 15:45
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A Ghost Story

A Ghost Story
  • 2017
  • US
  • 1h 27min
  • Directed by: David Lowery
  • Cast: Rooney Mara, Sonia Acevedo, Casey Affleck, Carlos Bermudez

C (Affleck) and M (Mara) are a couple; when C is killed in a car crash, he returns as a ghost to make contact with M. Lowery manages to reanimate the corny old trope of the ghost under a bedsheet, creating a story about grief and a captivating reflection on the enormity of mankind’s existence.

Sat 19 Aug
  • 18:00
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Metamorphoses

  • 2014
  • France
  • 1h 42min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Christophe Honoré
  • Cast: Amira Akili, Sébastien Hirel, Mélodie Richard

Quirky coming-of-age story about gods and humans, (very) loosely based on the works of Ovid.

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Tue 22 Aug

Metropolitan Opera: Nabucco

  • 2016
  • 2h 44min
  • Directed by: James Levine
  • Cast: Plácido Domingo, Liudmyla Monastyrska, Tatiana Melnychenko

Met Music Director James Levine conducts Verdi’s early drama of Ancient Babylon, Nabucco, with Plácido Domingo adding a new role to his repertory as the title character.

Wed 23 Aug

The Odyssey

The Odyssey
  • 2016
  • France
  • 2h 2min
  • Directed by: Jérôme Salle
  • Cast: Lambert Wilson, Pierre Niney, Audrey Tautou

Biopic of underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau (Wilson), focusing on his strained relationship with his son. It looks fantastic, but becomes bogged down in soap opera conventions and biopic cliché, with characters such as Cousteau’s long-suffering wife Simone (Tautou) pushed to the sidelines.

Sat 19 Aug
  • 13:00
  • 18:00
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Patti Cake$

Patti Cake$
  • 2017
  • US
  • 1h 48min
  • Directed by: Geremy Jasper
  • Cast: Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett, Siddharth Dhananjay

Drama about an aspiring female rapper.

  • IMDb
Thu 24 Aug

Tractor Ted

The adventures of Tractor Ted, who, as you might have guessed, is a tractor.

Mon 21 Aug

Up

Up
  • 2009
  • US
  • 1h 36min
  • U
  • Directed by: Pete Docter/Bob Peterson
  • Cast: Voices of Christopher Plummer, Edward Asner, Paul Eiding

Seventy-eight year old curmudgeon Carl Fredericksen and eight-year-old Junior Wilderness Explorer Russell embark on the adventure of a lifetime in South America. While it unfolds on a grand scale, at its heart is a human story that will resonate with viewers of every age. Marrying sadness with triumph, Pixar have created another masterpiece.

Sat 19 Aug
  • 10:30
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Your Name

Your Name
  • 2016
  • Japan
  • 1h 46min
  • 12A
  • Directed by: Makoto Shinkai
  • Written by: Makoto Shinkai
  • Cast: Mone Kamashiraishi, Etsuko Ichihara, Ryûnosuke Kamiki

Country girl Mitsuha (Kamishiraishi) and city boy Taki (Kamiki) find themselves inexplicably transported into each other's bodies. A sweet love story told against a background of genuine tragedy, it has more philosophical meat than most grown-up dramas, and a finely wrought, emotionally charged payoff.

Wed 23 Aug
Harbour Lights Picturehouse

Harbour Lights Picturehouse shows a mix of new releases, art house and classics, with several regular film clubs catering to specific audiences. With a gallery and bar overlooking the marina in Ocean Village, this three-screen cinema is the perfect setting for a relaxing evening.

All areas of the building are accessible by wheelchair, with low level Box Office desks for the convenience of wheelchair users. Adapted toilet facilities are available.

Parking spaces are available next to the cinema.

Southampton Central is the closest train station to the venue and is a 30 minute walk away.

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