“Here comes a joyful, funny, rich, rewarding and utterly compelling picture that reminds you what great cinema can do.” Stephen Fry

This charming and quirky film starring Juliet Stevenson and Henry Goodman tackles afresh the perennial question: can love truly and decisively conquer cultural and social differences? Vida is a Londoner from a well-to-do Jewish family. Working class Arthur comes from a former mining town in Wales. Falling in love was easy, but can the young couple maintain their relationship under the pressure of their families and society at large?

Followed by a Q&A with actor Henry Goodman (12th Nov only).

Screenings

25 Nov

8.30pm

London Picturehouse Crouch End

Sponsors: The John S Cohen Foundation

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