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FILMS AVAILABLE TO BORROW
The following films are available to borrow at any Bride Valley Film Club showing or by calling Alison on 01308 482661.
The story of the handing back of India to it’s people and the creation of Pakistan, set in the Viceroy’s House in Delhi. Starring Hugh Bonneville and Gillian Anderson.The film is set in the Viceroy's House in 1947, during the partition of India, shortly after the end of the second world war, when millions of Indians had stood with the British on the battlefields of Europe, in our fight against the Germans. It was now our turn to return the favour, and give India, back to the Indians. Hugh Bonneville plays Lord Mountbatten without fault. He comes across as charming, and typical of the fighting aristocracy of the time. He cared about his legacy. He cared about doing what was right. Most importantly, he cared about India, her people, and its long-term future.Michael Gambon plays General Ismay, an archetypal, political pragmatist. He doesn't care about India. He isn't really interested in her people. He only cares about Britain, and its future.Gillian Anderson’s performance as Lady Mountbatten is wonderful.
Doors Open: 7.30 p.m. Film starts 8.00 p.m. TICKETS: £5.00 (to include a glass of wine)Tickets in advance from: Elizabeth Kingston 482162, Bella Spurrier 482367 or on the door. (All nos. 01308)
Happy Christmas to all our supporters.We will be carrying on with our spring season from January, but with around 100 films showing on TV over Christmas and some strong contenders not yet having DVD release dates, please wait with anticipation for exciting news in the January magazine!Thank you, Sally.