Detroit

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Hawkhurst

Detroit (15) 143mins

From Kathryn Bigelow, the Academy Award winning director of The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty, Detroit tells the gripping story of one of the darkest moments during the civil unrest that rocked Detroit in the summer of '67.

In the summer of 1967, rioting and civil unrest starts to tear apart the city of Detroit. Two days later, a report of gunshots prompts the Detroit Police Department, the Michigan State Police and the Michigan Army National Guard to search and seize an annex of the nearby Algiers Motel. Several policemen start to flout procedure by forcefully and viciously interrogating guests to get a confession. By the end of the night, three unarmed men are gunned down while several others are brutally beaten.

Starring John Boyega, Will Poulter, Jack Reynor and Algee Smith.

‘the best movie this year’  IMDB

‘Epic. Will be talked about for years’  Empire

'unflinching, unmissable and terrifyingly pertinent'  Empire

‘heart-stopping’  Daily Mail

‘the most powerful film of the year’  BBC Radio

‘Bigelow has delivered an unflinching and unapologetic vision of historical injustice and racial hatred’  The Times

‘compelling’  Daily Mail

‘relevance and passion… Bigelow creates humanity amid the anguish’  The Guardian

'Each actor inhabits their role with a precision and mettle that means even in the depths of confusion, the complex group dynamics are easy to read'  Daily Telegraph

'One of the most important films you'll see this year'  The Sun

'Detroit comes out of its corner slugging and barely stops. By the end the viewer has a swollen eye, ringing ears and a conviction that the referee should have stopped the fight'  Financial Times

'As powerful a film as this year is likely to see' BBC.com

'The standoff at the Algiers Motel has entered legend (if not widely known history) as a notorious incident of interrogatory injustice. Bigelow makes it the centerpiece of Detroit and, simply put, has crafted her most harrowing piece of filmmaking' Time Out

'A drama as powerful as it is timely' Variety


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Rye

Detroit (15) 143mins

From Kathryn Bigelow, the Academy Award winning director of The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty, Detroit tells the gripping story of one of the darkest moments during the civil unrest that rocked Detroit in the summer of '67.

In the summer of 1967, rioting and civil unrest starts to tear apart the city of Detroit. Two days later, a report of gunshots prompts the Detroit Police Department, the Michigan State Police and the Michigan Army National Guard to search and seize an annex of the nearby Algiers Motel. Several policemen start to flout procedure by forcefully and viciously interrogating guests to get a confession. By the end of the night, three unarmed men are gunned down while several others are brutally beaten.

Starring John Boyega, Will Poulter, Jack Reynor and Algee Smith.

‘the best movie this year’  IMDB

‘Epic. Will be talked about for years’  Empire

'unflinching, unmissable and terrifyingly pertinent'  Empire

‘heart-stopping’  Daily Mail

‘the most powerful film of the year’  BBC Radio

‘Bigelow has delivered an unflinching and unapologetic vision of historical injustice and racial hatred’  The Times

‘compelling’  Daily Mail

‘relevance and passion… Bigelow creates humanity amid the anguish’  The Guardian

'Each actor inhabits their role with a precision and mettle that means even in the depths of confusion, the complex group dynamics are easy to read'  Daily Telegraph

'One of the most important films you'll see this year'  The Sun

'Detroit comes out of its corner slugging and barely stops. By the end the viewer has a swollen eye, ringing ears and a conviction that the referee should have stopped the fight'  Financial Times

'As powerful a film as this year is likely to see' BBC.com

'The standoff at the Algiers Motel has entered legend (if not widely known history) as a notorious incident of interrogatory injustice. Bigelow makes it the centerpiece of Detroit and, simply put, has crafted her most harrowing piece of filmmaking' Time Out

'A drama as powerful as it is timely' Variety


PLAY TRAILER play trailer

Bermondsey

Detroit (15) 143mins

From Kathryn Bigelow, the Academy Award winning director of The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty, Detroit tells the gripping story of one of the darkest moments during the civil unrest that rocked Detroit in the summer of '67.

In the summer of 1967, rioting and civil unrest starts to tear apart the city of Detroit. Two days later, a report of gunshots prompts the Detroit Police Department, the Michigan State Police and the Michigan Army National Guard to search and seize an annex of the nearby Algiers Motel. Several policemen start to flout procedure by forcefully and viciously interrogating guests to get a confession. By the end of the night, three unarmed men are gunned down while several others are brutally beaten.

Starring John Boyega, Will Poulter, Jack Reynor and Algee Smith.

‘the best movie this year’  IMDB

‘Epic. Will be talked about for years’  Empire

'unflinching, unmissable and terrifyingly pertinent'  Empire

‘heart-stopping’  Daily Mail

‘the most powerful film of the year’  BBC Radio

‘Bigelow has delivered an unflinching and unapologetic vision of historical injustice and racial hatred’  The Times

‘compelling’  Daily Mail

‘relevance and passion… Bigelow creates humanity amid the anguish’  The Guardian

'Each actor inhabits their role with a precision and mettle that means even in the depths of confusion, the complex group dynamics are easy to read'  Daily Telegraph

'One of the most important films you'll see this year'  The Sun

'Detroit comes out of its corner slugging and barely stops. By the end the viewer has a swollen eye, ringing ears and a conviction that the referee should have stopped the fight'  Financial Times

'As powerful a film as this year is likely to see' BBC.com

'The standoff at the Algiers Motel has entered legend (if not widely known history) as a notorious incident of interrogatory injustice. Bigelow makes it the centerpiece of Detroit and, simply put, has crafted her most harrowing piece of filmmaking' Time Out

'A drama as powerful as it is timely' Variety


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