Keswick Film Club - Adult Life Skills

Sunday 16th October 4:55 PM

Adult Life Skills 

Director: Rachel Tunnard Country: UK
Cert: 15 Year: 2015 Length: 96 mins
Adult Life Skills

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Score: 75% Attendance: 82

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Synopsis

CELEBRATING NEW UK DIRECTORS DAY

Life hasn't been going too well for Anna (Jodie Whittaker - 'Broadchurch') since her twin brother died. She finds herself coming up to 30, not only still living with her mum (Lorraine Ashbourne - 'Jericho'), but now living in the shed in the garden ("I needed some space"). She spends her time making home videos starring her thumbs and wondering what went wrong.

We hope to be joined by director Rachel Tunnard for a Q&A after the film.

Critics

open_quote Quirky is something of a dirty word when it comes to describing indie cinema. However this engaging first film from the British director Rachel Tunnard wears its oddball eccentricity rather well close_quote Wendy Ide, Observer.


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