Wednesday, December 23, 2015 - Thursday, March 24, 2016
Academy Award Nominee, Best Actress – Charlotte Rampling
Screen legends Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay star in Haigh’s (Weekend, HBO’s Looking) moving and profound look at marriage and the secrets we keep. Kate Mercer is deep in preparations for her 45th wedding anniversary. All is going as planned, until a letter arrives for her husband (Courtenay). The body of his first love, vanished in a hiking accident a half-century earlier, has been discovered, frozen and preserved in the glaciers of the Alps—calling everything Kate thought she knew about her marriage into question.
“Rampling delivers a knockout punch. What she does in the movie’s final moments should earn Rampling her first Oscar nomination. It’s bone-chilling.” – Los Angeles Times
“There’s screen acting, and then there’s what the legendary Charlotte Rampling is doing: a symphony of doubt, pain, vulnerability, worry, petty jealousy and unfathomable rage by simply twitching the corner of her mouth and glancing around.” – Rolling Stone
Winner, Best Actress (Charlotte Rampling), Los Angeles Film Critics Association
- Country UK
- Running Time 95 minutes
- Director Andrew Haigh
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