Capital Celluloid - Day 277: Thursday Oct 6

Tyrannosaur (Considine, 2011) + Q&A with Paddy Considine:
BFI Southbank NFT1 8.30pm

There are good reports about this new British movie and if you get there early and queue you may get a ticket on the night via the returns at the BFI's main box office. It's your best bet as there ain't a lot on in rep around town for sure this evening.

Here is the BFI introduction: Paddy Considine’s powerful feature directorial debut (from his own script) is a bleak portrayal of the troubled lives of its Leeds-based characters. The self-destructive Joseph crosses paths with the sympathetic Hannah and they embark on an unlikely friendship that ultimately leads to redemption, as well as relief from their seemingly unrelenting torment. The film is undeniably dark and challenging, but supported by astonishingly strong performances, impressive direction andstunning cinematography.

Here is the trailer.

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