On-line booking will end an hour before the event is due to start. Tickets will still be available at the venue.
(1999, Iran, PG)
A school window is broken, and children can't concentrate because the rain is getting in. The culprit isn't allowed back into class until he mends it. He sets off to fetch a large pane of glass across the countryside. The wind blows; but will he crack? In the hands of writer Abbas Kiarostami and director Mohammad-Ali Talebi, this simplest of stories becomes an epic quest, poetic and breathtakingly beautiful. It has big-hearted humanism, but Hitchcockian tension too. An unmissable, edge-of-seat masterpiece.
- Mon 19 May, 6.30pm
- £6.50 - £13.50, Child £5.50
Family £20 (2 adults, 2 children)