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Free Screening - First Day of your the Rest of your Life - various dates - See Film First
Free Screening - First Day of your the Rest of your Life - various dates - See Film First

Free Screening - First Day of your the Rest of your Life - various dates - See Film First

Free Screening - First Day of your the Rest of your Life

Irish Film Institute, Independent Sunday 8 Nov 11.00 AM
Piccadilly Circus, Apollo Sunday 8 Nov 11.00 AM
Piccadilly Circus, Apollo Monday 9 Nov 7.00 PM
Piccadilly Circus, Apollo Tuesday 10 Nov 7.00 PM
Cambridge Arts, Picturehouse Sunday 15 Nov 11.00 AM
Glasgow Quay, ODEON Sunday 15 Nov 11.00 AM
Manchester Printworks, ODEON Sunday 15 Nov 11.00 AM
Piccadilly Circus, Apollo Sunday 15 Nov 11.00 AM
Glasgow Quay, ODEON Monday 16 Nov 6.30 PM
Manchester Printworks, ODEON Monday 16 Nov 6.30 PM

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thanks to vealster

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Original Poster

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is this that french film?

Original Poster

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is this that french film?



yes - :thumbsup:Five random days in the lives of a French family, spread out over a dozen years, paint a telling picture of the ups and downs of human relationships. Robert Duval is a taxi driver married to Marie-Jeanne, who gradually shed her bohemian ways with the passage of time. Robert's father has been generous enough to give his son the comfortable home that he shares with Marie-Jeanne and their children. The eldest son Albert is struggling with the demands of medical school, while Raphael is a teen trying to decide what to do with his life and Fleur is still learning how to become comfortable with her femininity. Between 1988 and 2000, the Duval family find themselves dealing with the general life changes that affect most families, seemingly typical but simultaneously revelatory.

Cheers! H&R added.

heat!

thanks, looking forward to it!

Thanks, hope I can convince my husband that he wants to see this one!

:thumbsup:thanks!

thanks

all gone in glasgow:x

Which is especially annoying as whenever I do manage to get tickets to these screenings, the cinema is invariably 60% full at best, such as last night at Harry Brown.

Oh London all gone. Shame this is my sort of thing. Actually I thought that they only gave away as many tickets as seats but last night at Harry Brown there weren't enough seats for all the people - completely full!!
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