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Hull Independent Cinema: BLACK ’47

November 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:50 pm

£5 – £7

Hull Independent Cinema presents: BLACK ’47
Lance Daly | 2018 | Ireland/Luxembourg | Cert 15 | 100 mins 

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In 1847, an Irish Ranger returns from war to find that his mother has died in the famine and his brother is sentenced to death by the British. When his plan to emigrate to America fails, he starts a vendetta against the establishment in Ireland.

BLACK ’47 | Lance Daly | 2018 | Ireland/Luxembourg | Cert 15 | 100 mins 

Synopsis

It’s 1847 and Ireland is in the grip of the Great Famine that has ravaged the country for two long years. Feeney, a hardened Irish Ranger who has been fighting for the British Army abroad, abandons his post to return home and re-unite with his estranged family. He’s seen more than his share of horrors but nothing prepares him for the famine’s hopeless destruction of his homeland. He discovers his mother starved to death and his brother hanged by the brutal hand of the English. With little else to live for, he sets on a destructive path to avenge his family, systematically working his way up the political and social hierarchy of 19th Century Ireland. Hannah, an aging British soldier and famed tracker of deserters, is sent to stop Feeney before he can further stoke the fires of revolution. But Hannah and Feeney are old army comrades with a mutual respect forged by their times fighting together. Personal bonds and shifting allegiances cause both men to question their motives, as they are tested to the limit by the hellish landscape of “the Great Hunger”.

Starring Hugo Weaving, Barry Keoghan, Jim Broadbent, Sarah Greene

Awards and Reviews

Cannes Film Festival, Berlinale Film Festival, Toronto Intl Film Festival Official Selections

“Not only is Lance Daly’s newest feature a rollicking western with fantastic action and excellent performances, it also demonstrates how a film’s subject matter can add much-needed pathos and nuance to a genre. Colour me impressed.” – Sarah Cullen, Film Ireland Magazine

“Daly’s restrained, pared-down style is the opposite of flashy exploitation cinema, but watching these bastions of lethally repressive British rule get some overdue comeuppance is similarly stirring.” – Jessica Kiang, Variety Magazine

Certificate

BLACK ’47 is rated 15. Visit the BBFC website for full details (may include plot spoilers).

Trailer

Programme Details

Hull Truck Theatre is open all day, so why not come along early to grab a drink and a snack? Doors to the screening room usually open around ten minutes before the performance starts.

7:00pm: Programme starts

8:50pm: Programme ends

The programme run time includes an allowance for introductions and trailers. This may vary and in some cases the film will begin immediately after a short introduction. While we will endeavour to accommodate latecomers, this may not always be possible. Please note that we reserve the right to refuse entry, without a refund, to anyone arriving after the advertised programme start time.

Tickets Terms and Conditions

If any tickets remain unsold they can be purchased on the door on the night of the screening, but we strongly advise buying in advance. Advance tickets must be purchased; we cannot reserve tickets.

Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. We reserve the right to refuse admission, without refund, to anyone arriving after the advertised start time.

If you purchase a membership or student ticket your membership card/student ID MUST be presented along with your ticket on the door when you come to a film. If you do not have your membership card/student ID we reserve the right to charge an additional £1 for your ticket.

Details

Date:
November 6
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:50 pm
Cost:
£5 – £7
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Organiser

Hull Independent Cinema
Email:
hello@hullindependentcinema.com

Venue

Hull Truck Theatre
50 Ferensway
Hull, HU2 8LB United Kingdom
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Phone:
01482 323638
Website:
http://www.hulltruck.co.uk/home

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