Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool 15

When the fading Hollywood star Gloria Grahame sought work in England in the 1970s she had a passionate affair with a young man from Liverpool.

Dir: Paul McGuigan UK 2017

With: Jamie Bell, Annette Bening

When the fading Hollywood star Gloria Grahame sought work in England in the 1970s she had a passionate affair with a young man from Liverpool. This sweet, sad, love story superbly recalls its beginning and end.

1hr 46mins 

Evening Films: £6.50 (£6) £5.50 Artscene

Matinee Films: £5.50 (£5 Artscene)

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