Jazz Age Film: Midnight in Paris [12A – contains moderate sex references]

Owen Wilson is his winsome best, channelling young Woody in his hyper-excited appreciation of his encounters with the likes of F Scott Fitzgerald (Tom Hiddleston) and Salvador Dali (Adrien Brody). The film paints a superbly idealised picture of an era, prompting a study of the universal tendency to yearn for a golden age. This film is screened at The Little Theatre.
Full price £7, concessions £6, Little Theatre Members £5


Source: http://www.culture24.org.uk/sw000107?id=EVENT569063

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