Thurs 28 Oct, Stamford Theatre film
This Tunisian film is a satire on art and exploitation.
With post film chat - Cinema Speak with Ben Reynolds in the Gallery Bar.
Dir: Kaouther Ben Hania Tun/Fr/Bel/Ger 2020 1hr 44mins
Subtitled With: Yahya Mahayni, Monica Bellucci
A satire on art and exploitation this intriguing Tunisian film centres on Ali, a young Syrian refugee who meets a famous European tattoo artist who persuades Ali to allow his back to become a canvas. Unwittingly Ali then becomes a living work of art, worth an astronomical sum on the cultural market. Yet while collectors gather at auction rooms, human rights activists are outraged. Ali knows he must get out of his predicament, but as the man who had sold his skin what choices remain open?
Evenings - £7 (£6.50)
Matinees - £6.50 (£6)
Under 26s - £5
Friends of Stamford Cinema - 50p off
Please note that this event will be on a normal seating plan.
Please wear a face covering and follow the signage and guidance given by staff when inside the venue.