7 October 2011

Showing at FACT from today, Tyrannosaur and Midnight in Paris, two must-see films about very different relationships.

Tyrannosaur

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Tyrannosaur is the next film from actor, now director, Paddy Consdine who’s recent film, Submarine, is one that we loved at FACT. Set in a generic Midlands town, Tyrannosaur follows a hardened working-class man, Joesph, a widower who is always taking his anger out on someone or something else.

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One day he meets Hannah in a charity shop who makes it her mission to talk to him. Joesph is not impressed and she becomes the next victim of his innate rage. Tyrannosaur is a well thought out film about the complicated relationships that anger and rage can create whilst being heart warming at the same time.

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Buy your tickets online, in person at the box office or by calling 0871 902 5737.

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Midnight in Paris

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The newest film from the legendary Woody Allen, on face value, Midnight in Paris looks like a generic romantic comedy. Gil, played by Owen Wilson and Inez played by Rachel McAdams, are in Paris on a pre-wedding mini break.

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As the film develops, it is immediately apparent that all is not what it seems as Gil starts to crave time on his own in the streets of nighttime Paris. This nocturnal habit soon takes Gil further from the real world, and the woman he is soon to marry.

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Buy your tickets online, in person at the box office or by calling 0871 902 5737. 

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