Dir: Paddy Considine
Print Source: Madman Entertainment, email@example.com
World Cinema Award for Directing: Sundance Film Festival
Special Jury prize for Breakout Performance: Sundance Film Festival
The universally acclaimed, multi-award winning, directorial debut from Paddy Considine (star of Submarine, A Room For Romeo Brass, Dead Man’s Shoes and many others) tells the raw, brutal story of Joseph and Hannah. Drinking and fighting, Joseph lives a life marked by mind-numbing rage and punctuated by brief flurries of exceptional violence. Meanwhile Christian housewife Hannah works at a local charity shop, but she nurses a secret. Their developing friendship may offer an opportunity for redemption.
As an actor turned writer/director, Considine creates the claustrophobic world of Tyrannosaur and draws powerful, harrowing performances from his excellent cast, who all turn in career defining roles.
As Considine told his crew: ‘We’re not making a little British film, we’re making cinema.’ The results are visible on the screen and herald a major directorial talent.
Limited tickets available for the Monday 18th screening.
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