Promising Young Woman
- 1h 53min
- Directed by: Emerald Fennell
- Cast: Carey Mulligan, Bo Burnham, Laverne Cox
Very dark comedy about a young woman who sets out to take revenge on all the people who have crossed her.
The Film Place, Buckingham (0.0 miles)
Sat 27 Nov
Queen Mother Theatre, Hitchin (0.0 miles)
Fri 3 Dec
Promising Young Woman is Altrincham Film Club’s chosen film for Thursday 30th September.
Cassie works in a coffee shop by day, by night she leads a secret double life with revenge on her mind, until crucial evidence gives Cassie a chance to right all the wrongs from the past…
"Carey Mulligan is at her ice-cold best as a scheming sociopath in this fearless unpicking of entitlement and victimhood." 5 stars, Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian.
This OSCAR and BAFTA winner is written & directed by Emerald Fennell, the producer of “Killing Eve”.
Promising Young Woman is just as smart, stylish and provocative as the award winning “Killing Eve”, but without the blood & gore.
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