Screening Dates:
Wed 18 May 2:30pm
Thu 19 May 5:45pm

Socially distanced screenings: Sun 15 May 2.45pm, and Wed 18 May 2.30pm (Silver Screen)

Director: Audrey Diwan
Starring: Anamaria Vartolomei, Kacey Mottet Klein, Luàna Bajrami

Nominated for Best Director at this year’s BAFTAs, Audrey Diwan’s outstanding Venice Golden Lion winner could not be more timely or urgent.

Based on Anne Ernaux’s memoir, it stars Anamaria Vartolomei as Anne, a French literature student at Angouleme University in the early 1960s.

When Anne falls pregnant, her plans and hopes for the future are thrown into disarray. Abortion is illegal in France, and Anne considers pregnancy “that illness that turns French women into housewives”.

Family and close friends are of little help and as the weeks pass Anne is faced with the awful prospect of having to take drastic action of her own.



The screening on Wed 18 May 2.30pm is a Silver Screening – our weekly matinees aimed at ages 60 and over with tickets at £8 (inc. booking fee) and £7 (members, inc. booking fee). Under-60s are welcome at these screenings, standard ticket prices apply.