16-03-2012 - 22-03-2012
Friday 16 – 11.10am
Thursday 22 – 11.55am
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
This chilling debut feature from director Markus Scheinzer, who has worked on the likes of The White Ribbon and The Counterfeiters, is a tense portrait of how seemingly mundane lives may hide the darkest of secrets. Michael is a timid insurance agent, a seemingly bland loner with a secret: he’s holding a ten-year-old boy captive in a locked room in his basement. Chronicling a five-month period, Scheinzer’s film subtly deals with this very difficult subject matter, avoiding making an exploitative movie in favour of a unique, brilliantly acted dark drama.