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“Holding hands at the movie show, when all the lights are low, may not be new, but I like it, how about you?”

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The Guardians  (15)

French WW1 Drama

Saturday 29th September 2018, 7.30pm
Certificate  Duration 135mins

DIRECTOR Xavier Beauvois
CAST INCLUDES Nathalie BayeLaura SmetIris BryCyril Descours,Gilbert BonneauOlivier Rabourdin
CINEMATOGRAPHER Caroline Champetier

"Like a series of Monet paintings come to life, the historical drama “The Guardians” luxuriates in lush, widescreen images of the French countryside. World War I is raging elsewhere, but this segment of the country remains unspoiled and fertile—thanks to the hard work of the women who’ve been left behind to manage the family farm while their husbands, brothers and sons are off fighting, and sometimes not coming back." Rogerebert.com

"The gender divide of this movie, and its whole point, are clearer in the original French title: Les Gardiennes, the female guardians, the women who worked the land in France during the first world war. This richly compassionate, fiercely acted and beautifully shot period drama is about the second conflict, the battle of wills on the home front, as its characters struggle to maintain a family farm in the Deux-Sèvres region of western France." Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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