Last updated at 14:13, Thursday, 08 March 2012
RUSSIAN thriller How I Ended This Summer will be screened as part of the Film Club at the Roxy programme.
The Ulverston cinema screens the relatively-unknown classics on a monthly-basis, continuing tonight with Alexei Popogrebsky’s 2010 hit.
It won Best Film at last year’s London Film Festival, and its two actors shared the Best Actor award at the Berlin Film Festival.
The story sees two very different people working in isolation together in a polar ice station. News arrives which threatens the fragile balance between them.
The club welcomes members and non-members and the film starts at 8pm.
First published at 13:19, Thursday, 08 March 2012
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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