Keswick Film Club - Ida

Sunday 14th December 5:00 PM

Ida 

Director: Pawel Pawlikowski Country: Poland
Cert: PG Year: 2013 Length: 80 mins Language: Polish
Ida

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Score: 77.5% Attendance: 157

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Synopsis

A young novice nun is about to take her vows when she is told to seek out her Aunt before deciding. What her aunt tells her puts her on the road to discovering a past she never knew she had…

UK based Polish director Pawlikowski ('My Summer of Love', 'Last Resort') returns to Poland to make this film to great acclaim, including Best Film at the London Film Festival.

Critics

open_quote A bracing and powerful drama about cultural roots and the nature of identity close_quote Glenn Heath Jr., Little White Lies


open_quote For all its sombre subject matter, there is warmth here too; personal, musical, spiritual. close_quote Mark Kermode, The Observer


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