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The Whale

Darren Aronofsky | 2022 | 117 MINS
USA
A reclusive English teacher suffering from severe obesity attempts to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter for one last chance at redemption. An early favourite for the Best Actor Oscar.

FROM 17 Feb

Date and Times

Fri 17 Feb
15:30
Auditorium
Fri 17 Feb
17:45
Auditorium
Sat 18 Feb
15:15
Auditorium
Sat 18 Feb
20:30
Auditorium
Sun 19 Feb
18:15
Auditorium
Mon 20 Feb
18:00
Auditorium
Mon 20 Feb
20:30
Auditorium (Soc.Dist)
SOCIALLY DISTANCED SCREENING
Tue 21 Feb
13:00
Auditorium
Wed 22 Feb
13:15
Auditorium
Thu 23 Feb
17:15
Auditorium

In Detail

A bereft Charlie (Brendan Fraser) has become a recluse. With his best friend his only contact with the outside world, Charlie is eating himself into an early grave. His health failing, he reaches out to the daughter he abandoned when he fell in love with a man and left his wife.

Unfolding in a single room, the film has a rich sense of place – the dusty American mid-west. But its themes are universal: our fundamental need for human connection, a sense that time is unforgiving, and the (occasionally awful) power and responsibility of parenting.

With exquisite writing and pitch-perfect performances, ‘The Whale’ is destined to be one of the talking-point films of the year.

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