God’s Own Country 15
|Today at||14:30 AD|
|Wed 27 Sept||
18:00 AD DS
|Thu 28 Sept||
- Screenings before 16:00: £6.50 full / £4.50 concessions
- Screenings after 16:00: £9.00 full / £6.50 concessions
- Aged 24 or under? You can see any screening at any time for £4.50
Francis Lee's remarkable debut - that is rightly being hailed as one of the best British films of the year - is a brilliantly performed and impressively unsentimental story of love and longing in the Yorkshire Pennines.
Yorkshire sheep farmer Johnny (Josh O'Connor) works long hours in brutal isolation on his family's remote farm, only finding release from his exhausting routine through binge drinking and casual sex. When lambing season arrives, Gheorghe, a Romanian worker, is brought into help, and Johnny finds himself having to deal with emotions he's never felt before, and an intense relationship forms that could change their lives forever...
Variously reviewed as a 'British Brokeback Mountain', this film is so much more than that (and, some say, it's a better one too). It's a real gem of a film: truthful, big hearted, romantic, and hopeful.
In partnership with Queer Vision, the Bristol Pride Film Festival.
- The screening of God’s Own Country on Tue 26 Sep is part of our Cinébites deal: get 30% off any main dish in the Café/Bar with a valid cinema ticket.
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