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FACT presents

The Killing of Two Lovers [15]

Cotton Exchange Rooftop Garden
Ormond Street, Liverpool, L3 9LQ
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Runtime: 85 mins

Genre: Drama/Mystery

Part of the Cinema in the City season

Robert Machoian’s terse, Utah-set drama explores the anguish of a couple whose relationship has disintegrated, but with only one of them wanting out.

Played out in long takes, amidst a landscape that dwarfs its residents, The Killing of Two Lovers, like Xavier Legrande’s impressive Custody, skilfully maps out the complex terrain of a marriage in freefall, holding off judgement of characters’ actions until we are fully immersed in their lives. ★★★★ “This is a compelling portrait of a toxic marriage.” - The Guardian

Language: English

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Set at the stunning and historic Cotton Exchange Rooftop Garden on Ormond Street, Cinema in The City brings films to the Grade II listed building’s rooftop for the very first time. Enjoy a unique, once in a lifetime opportunity to experience an entire weekend of critically-acclaimed film against the backdrop of the Liverpool's iconic architecture.

Cinema in the City at Cotton Exchange Rooftop Garden runs from Friday 20 August to Sunday 22 August with screenings each day and food and drink by locally renowned restaurant, Maray. Entrance via Ormond Street.

Doors from 18:00, films from 20:00. Arrive early for food, drink and pre film screenings.

Seating is unreserved. Each attendee will have their own individual seat. There will be no group tables or benches. Feel free to bring your own cushion and dress for the weather.

Capacity for this event is currently limited to 50%. Further tickets will be released upon the UK Government’s approval of Step 4 of the roadmap out of lockdown. If the event is sold out, please join the waiting list and you will be notified by email when more tickets are released.

Cinema in the City is presented by FACT and supported by Film Hub North with National Lottery funding on behalf of the BFI Film Audience Network.

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