The Souvenir

  •   Hawkhurst
  •   Rye
  •   Bermondsey

Hawkhurst

The Souvenir (15) 120mins

A shy but ambitious film student falls into an intense, emotionally fraught relationship with a charismatic but untrustworthy older man.

Joanna Hogg's latest film, produced by Martin Scorsese, sees Julie as a young film student struggling to find a firm direction in life when she meets the seemingly unwavering and decisive Anthony. The two immediately take to one another and an intense romance blossoms between them. However, as the relationship develops it becomes clear that Anthony is not being honest about all aspects of himself and Julie slowly discovers that they could have potentially devastating consequences for them both.

One of Britain’s most unique filmmakers Joanna Hogg (Archipelago, Unrelated) presents a deeply personal examination of her own youthful experiences in this beautifully crafted portrait of self-discovery starring Honor Swinton Byrne, Neil Young, Tom Burke, Jack McMullen, Tilda Swinton and Richard Ayoade.

 

'An understated, exquisite gem of a film'  ****Time Out

‘very subtle and beautifully done’  Daily Mail

‘dazzling, mysterious and beautiful’ *****The Guardian

‘Honor Swinton Byrne is a dream’  ****The Times

‘rousing and exhilarating’  ****The Times

‘a searing portrait of a troubled relationship’  ****The Times

'it feels like its the only film that matters'  Time Out

‘very subtle and beautifully done’  Daily Mail

 


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Rye

The Souvenir (15) 120mins

A shy but ambitious film student falls into an intense, emotionally fraught relationship with a charismatic but untrustworthy older man.

Joanna Hogg's latest film, produced by Martin Scorsese, sees Julie as a young film student struggling to find a firm direction in life when she meets the seemingly unwavering and decisive Anthony. The two immediately take to one another and an intense romance blossoms between them. However, as the relationship develops it becomes clear that Anthony is not being honest about all aspects of himself and Julie slowly discovers that they could have potentially devastating consequences for them both.

One of Britain’s most unique filmmakers Joanna Hogg (Archipelago, Unrelated) presents a deeply personal examination of her own youthful experiences in this beautifully crafted portrait of self-discovery starring Honor Swinton Byrne, Neil Young, Tom Burke, Jack McMullen, Tilda Swinton and Richard Ayoade.

 

'An understated, exquisite gem of a film'  ****Time Out

‘very subtle and beautifully done’  Daily Mail

‘dazzling, mysterious and beautiful’ *****The Guardian

‘Honor Swinton Byrne is a dream’  ****The Times

‘rousing and exhilarating’  ****The Times

‘a searing portrait of a troubled relationship’  ****The Times

'it feels like its the only film that matters'  Time Out

‘very subtle and beautifully done’  Daily Mail

 


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Bermondsey

The Souvenir (15) 120mins

A shy but ambitious film student falls into an intense, emotionally fraught relationship with a charismatic but untrustworthy older man.

Joanna Hogg's latest film, produced by Martin Scorsese, sees Julie as a young film student struggling to find a firm direction in life when she meets the seemingly unwavering and decisive Anthony. The two immediately take to one another and an intense romance blossoms between them. However, as the relationship develops it becomes clear that Anthony is not being honest about all aspects of himself and Julie slowly discovers that they could have potentially devastating consequences for them both.

One of Britain’s most unique filmmakers Joanna Hogg (Archipelago, Unrelated) presents a deeply personal examination of her own youthful experiences in this beautifully crafted portrait of self-discovery starring Honor Swinton Byrne, Neil Young, Tom Burke, Jack McMullen, Tilda Swinton and Richard Ayoade.

 

'An understated, exquisite gem of a film'  ****Time Out

‘very subtle and beautifully done’  Daily Mail

‘dazzling, mysterious and beautiful’ *****The Guardian

‘Honor Swinton Byrne is a dream’  ****The Times

‘rousing and exhilarating’  ****The Times

‘a searing portrait of a troubled relationship’  ****The Times

'it feels like its the only film that matters'  Time Out

‘very subtle and beautifully done’  Daily Mail

 


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