18-02-2012 - 21-02-2012
Saturday 18 – 4.45pm
Tuesday 21 – 12.00pm, 6.40pm
Daytime (before 5pm) £6.95, £4.80 concessions
Evening (after 5pm) £8.00, £6.95 concessions
The Classic Cinema Circle (reserved seating)
Daytime (before 5pm) £9.50, £8.50 concessions
Evening (after 5pm) £10.50, £9.50 concessions
NUS card holders buy tickets for just £4.30 for films every Monday - Wednesday
Super Tuesdays: Tickets £4.00 every Tuesday afternoon (before 5pm).
To book phone 0845 217 9909 or follow the link below
First-time director Alma Har’el’s innovative, ethereal and distinctive documentary focuses on the residents of a dead end desert town in California, Bombay Beach. Har’el finds a motley cast of wonderful characters including a bipolar seven-year-old, a lovelorn high school football star, and an 80-year-old former Oil employee who spends his time trying to earn money by selling cigarettes on to his neighbours. Bolstered by a soundtrack featuring music by Beruit and Bob dylan, Bombay Beach beautifully mixes the comic and the tragic as the stories of these residents poetically exemplify the failure of the american dream.