Plymouth Arts Cinema is temporarily closed due to the Coronavirus Outbreak in the UK.
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The cinema is closed at the moment due to the Coronavirus situation in the UK. For the full statement and updates please click here. We thank you for your support during this difficult time and wish all the best to our audience.
On the surface Julien Gahyde (Mathieu Amalric), lives in a large modern home, has a perfect wife, wonderful family and a successful job. Yet, this all changes when he has an ‘accidental’ encounter with Esther Despierre (Stéphanie Cléau) who went to the … Continue Reading
Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake is an unmagical mystery tour through the wilfully-labyrinthine world of benefits.
It’s an unsettling game of snakes and ladders where, even if you actually did fall off a ladder or were bitten by a snake, the DWP “decision-maker” … Continue Reading
American Honey is screening in the Plymouth Arts Centre Cinema until Thursday 24th November
American Honey is an indie coming-of-age narrative without the softness of classic Hollywood. Star (Sasha Lane) is a rough-around-the-edges 18-year old who abandons her burdensome life for days spent … Continue Reading
In the opening voice-over, Louis Theroux says he’s always wanted to make a film that takes a positive view of the Church of Scientology. We all know he’ll dish the dirt, especially since they reject all his attempts at getting … Continue Reading