Sponsored by CityFibre
Director: Ian Davies
Available to stream at home from Sunday 21 March
Twin sisters Amber and Olivia are beautifully captured by their father, Ian Davies, in Amber and Me, a tender and intimate documentary that charts the girls’ journeys through four years of primary school. Amber has Down’s Syndrome and although her first experience at school is positive, she soon starts to struggle.
Preferring to bake cakes and play in her make-believe shop, Amber asks to stay at home. But if her school work does not improve, she may have to go to a different school. As Olivia steps in to help her sister, the film enchantingly captures how the dynamics of their relationship changes from both of their perspectives.
“WHAT A LOVELY, LOVELY FILM” Mark Kermode
“ONE OF THE MOST TOUCHING PORTRAYALS OF CHILDHOOD YOU’RE EVER LIKELY TO SEE” Daily Mail
Stream on demand for £5.99. You’ll have 72 hours to watch the film, including an exclusive Q&A. 45% of the streaming fee goes towards supporting Northampton Filmhouse.
Please note, while Amber and Me is listed on our website and we receive a share of the rental fee, the purchasing and rental agreement is between you and the film distributor for each movie.