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Neston Flicks – The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry

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The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry is Neston Flicks’ first film of the autumn season as we return after the summer break.

Jim Broadbent stars as a mild-mannered pensioner who’s suddenly taken by an urge to walk to his sick friend at the other end of the country, much to the dismay of his wife, Penelope Wilton. Adapted by Rachel Joyce from her novel, the film at first seems to be just an amiable tale of British eccentricity, but, as The Guardian says, ‘This politely unassuming little film builds into a wrenching examination of grief, guilt and eventual closure.’

Doors open at 6 pm for the option of a drink or slice of cake before, the film starts at 7 pm. Tickets can be bought online or call into NCYC to pay by card or cash. Become a NCYC member online and get 20% off all films. OR Pay what you want – literally, pay whatever you want or can – nobody else will know! You can also grab a cuppa, slice of cake, get a drink from the bar, and have an ice-cream at the interval. All this brought to you by friendly volunteers in a warm atmosphere! Subtitles are shown on all films.

Tickets £7. Book here or at NCYC, Burton Road.

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