- Running time123 minutes
- DirectorRichard Curtis
- CastBill Nighy, Rachel McAdams
Special charity screening in aid of the victims of Typhoon Haiyan
Join us this Saturday for a screening of Richard Curtis's ABOUT TIME to raise funds for Plan's emergency Philippines appeal.
All proceeds from the screening will go towards Plan's urgent efforts to provide shelter, water and emergency supplies to the nine million people caught up in the aftermath of the devastating storm.
Plan UK is a member of the Disasters Emergency Committee and you can donate directly to their relief fund here.
A special thank you to Universal Pictures for making this screening possible.
With a touch of GROUNDHOG DAY and a smidgen of SLIDING DOORS, the new film from Richard Curtis (NOTTING HILL, LOVE ACTUALLY) is that rare thing, a romantic sci-fi comedy.
Tim (Gleeson) learns from his father (Nighy) that the men of the family can travel through time, and although this doesn’t extend to changing history, Tim determines to find a new girlfriend and make the world a better place. Neither ambition proves easy to accomplish, but after moving from Cornwall to train as a lawyer in London he eventually meets the gorgeous but diffident Mary (McAdams).
They fall in love, but a supernatural glitch means their initial encounter keeps repeating itself and goes no further. Curtis’ ingenious script and a great ensemble cast carry us entertainingly through the conundrums.
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