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Friday Night Films

The Red Shoes

25.7.2014
The Red Shoes (film still)

The Red Shoes (film still)

The Red Shoes (film still)

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The Red Shoes (film still)

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The Red Shoes (film still)

The Red Shoes (film still)

The Red Shoes (1948)

Dir. Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger / Cert. U / 133mins

Friday 25 July 2014

 

7pm / £5 (concessions £3) Pre-book on 01908 676 900

 

One of Powell and Pressburger's most famous films, The Red Shoes is the tragic and romantic story of Vicky Page, the brilliant young dancer who must give up everything if she is to become a great ballerina. A must-see movie if ever there was one. 

 

Genre: 

Drama, Music, Romance

 

July 2014

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What are Friday Night Films?

A pop up cinema offering an alternative film experience!  Devised by Independent Cinema MK in association with MK Gallery. Enjoy new releases, cult classics, special events,
screen talks and curated film seasons – all for £5 (£3 concs.). Our screen bar provides modestly priced wine, beer, tea, coffee and soft drinks.

 

 

***** 'Profoundly serious, sublimely innocent, yet deeply and mysteriously erotic' (Guardian)

 

***** 'It has a quicksilver grace and variation of mood unlike anything else you've seen' (Independent)

 

***** 'Wrapped up with gorgeous sparkly colour, off-the-beaten-track classical music selections, and a sinister edge that perfectly catches the ambiguity of traditional as opposed to Disney fairy tales, this remains a luminous masterpiece' (Empire)

 

***** 'Blending impressionist art and expressionist film, blurring the barriers between theatre and cinema, body and camera, reality and dream, drawing equally on the avant-garde and the classical' (Time Out)