Romantic Road Plus Q And A

  •   Hawkhurst
  •   Rye
  •   Bermondsey

Hawkhurst

Romantic Road Plus Q And A (12A) 82mins

Screening at Kino Rye on Wednesday 3rd November at 5.45pm and at Kino Hawkhurst on Thursday 4th November at 5.45pm.

We are truly delighted to be bringing Romantic Road to Kino, along with a Q&A with Jan and Rupert, plus the Rolls-Royce! This heart-warming documentary brims with tales of danger, self-reflections and ruminations, yet is ultimately about a deep love affair.

Tucked away in the south of England, Rupert Grey, a practising lawyer and photographer, and his wife Jan, a bereavement visitor, have lived their lives the way they see fit. As retirement lingers on the horizon they are invited to a human rights festival in Dhaka as the guests of honour, but Rupert believes in sabbaticals not retirement. Shipping the family car – a notoriously battered 1936 Rolls Royce – to Mumbai they embark on a journey across India spanning six months and over 5,000 miles. They fall into company with tea-wallahs and maharajahs, dodge tribal conflicts and battle border officials ultimately landing their car in the hands of the Bangladeshi Customs.

Rupert and Jan are living proof you can live your dreams no matter how odd, wild or crazy they might be - and it is a rare glimpse into a uniquely inspired expedition that redefines later-life. Though Rupert was at the wheel, Jan quietly propels the journey with a gentle strength as we witness their lasting love grow stronger through this incredible experience.

 

'Top Gear meets Last of the Summer Wine in this atmospheric documentary'  Total Film

'A ripping adventure, from the slums of Mumbai to the palaces of the maharajas'  Classic & Sports Car

'It's a love story as much as anything else' Guardian

'Redefines expedition film-making'  Ray Mears

'A passionate portrait' Vogue

 

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE TRAILER


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Rye

Romantic Road Plus Q And A (12A) 82mins

Screening at Kino Rye on Wednesday 3rd November at 5.45pm and at Kino Hawkhurst on Thursday 4th November at 5.45pm.

We are truly delighted to be bringing Romantic Road to Kino, along with a Q&A with Jan and Rupert, plus the Rolls-Royce! This heart-warming documentary brims with tales of danger, self-reflections and ruminations, yet is ultimately about a deep love affair.

Tucked away in the south of England, Rupert Grey, a practising lawyer and photographer, and his wife Jan, a bereavement visitor, have lived their lives the way they see fit. As retirement lingers on the horizon they are invited to a human rights festival in Dhaka as the guests of honour, but Rupert believes in sabbaticals not retirement. Shipping the family car – a notoriously battered 1936 Rolls Royce – to Mumbai they embark on a journey across India spanning six months and over 5,000 miles. They fall into company with tea-wallahs and maharajahs, dodge tribal conflicts and battle border officials ultimately landing their car in the hands of the Bangladeshi Customs.

Rupert and Jan are living proof you can live your dreams no matter how odd, wild or crazy they might be - and it is a rare glimpse into a uniquely inspired expedition that redefines later-life. Though Rupert was at the wheel, Jan quietly propels the journey with a gentle strength as we witness their lasting love grow stronger through this incredible experience.

 

'Top Gear meets Last of the Summer Wine in this atmospheric documentary'  Total Film

'A ripping adventure, from the slums of Mumbai to the palaces of the maharajas'  Classic & Sports Car

'It's a love story as much as anything else' Guardian

'Redefines expedition film-making'  Ray Mears

'A passionate portrait' Vogue

 

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE TRAILER


PLAY TRAILER play trailer

Bermondsey

Romantic Road Plus Q And A (12A) 82mins

Screening at Kino Rye on Wednesday 3rd November at 5.45pm and at Kino Hawkhurst on Thursday 4th November at 5.45pm.

We are truly delighted to be bringing Romantic Road to Kino, along with a Q&A with Jan and Rupert, plus the Rolls-Royce! This heart-warming documentary brims with tales of danger, self-reflections and ruminations, yet is ultimately about a deep love affair.

Tucked away in the south of England, Rupert Grey, a practising lawyer and photographer, and his wife Jan, a bereavement visitor, have lived their lives the way they see fit. As retirement lingers on the horizon they are invited to a human rights festival in Dhaka as the guests of honour, but Rupert believes in sabbaticals not retirement. Shipping the family car – a notoriously battered 1936 Rolls Royce – to Mumbai they embark on a journey across India spanning six months and over 5,000 miles. They fall into company with tea-wallahs and maharajahs, dodge tribal conflicts and battle border officials ultimately landing their car in the hands of the Bangladeshi Customs.

Rupert and Jan are living proof you can live your dreams no matter how odd, wild or crazy they might be - and it is a rare glimpse into a uniquely inspired expedition that redefines later-life. Though Rupert was at the wheel, Jan quietly propels the journey with a gentle strength as we witness their lasting love grow stronger through this incredible experience.

 

'Top Gear meets Last of the Summer Wine in this atmospheric documentary'  Total Film

'A ripping adventure, from the slums of Mumbai to the palaces of the maharajas'  Classic & Sports Car

'It's a love story as much as anything else' Guardian

'Redefines expedition film-making'  Ray Mears

'A passionate portrait' Vogue

 

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE TRAILER


PLAY TRAILER play trailer