A twinkly-eyed childhood memoir

Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast is a film about the Troubles that, when you dig into it, isn’t so much about the Troubles at all. A twinkly-eyed childhood memoir – and rigorously fashioned to be an Oscar frontrunner – it’s set during the cold months of 1969, when outbursts of sectarian violence across Northern Ireland marked a change in the air. It’s now recognised as the very start of a three-decade conflict, leaving scars still far from healed.

(review by Clarisse Loughrey, independent.co.uk)

** Thursday 19th May,  8 pm **
** Alte Gerberei, St. Johann in Tirol **
** in English with English Subtitles **


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