Sense of an Ending 12A

Adapted from Julian Barnes’ Booker winning novel this exquisitely crafted tale of a middle-aged man forced to confront the intimate mistakes of his youth is a revelation for all concerned.

1hr 48mins

Dir: Ritesh Batra UK 2017 | With: Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Rampling

Adapted from Julian Barnes’ Booker winning novel this exquisitely crafted tale of a middle-aged man forced to confront the intimate mistakes of his youth is a revelation for all concerned.

Evening Films: £6.50 (£6) £5.50 Artscene

Matinee: £5.50 (£5 Artscene)

Family of Four £20

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