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1917 (15)

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Director: Sam Mendes

Starring: Dean Charles-Chapman, George Mackay, Benedict Cumberbatch, Colin Firth, Andrew Scott

Two British soldiers receive seemingly impossible orders during World War I. In a race against time, they must cross into enemy territory to deliver a message that could potentially save 1,600 of their fellow comrades -- including one's own brother.

NOMINATED FOR 9 BAFTAS including Best Film, Best Director, Best Visual Effects, Best Sound and Best Original Score.

WINNER OF 2 GOLDEN GLOBES including Best Motion Picture Drama and Best Director. Also Nominated for Best Original Score.

Tickets & Prices

  • Tue 28 Jan 1:45 PM Screen Two
  • Tue 28 Jan 4:45 PM Screen Two
  • Tue 28 Jan 7:45 PM Screen Two
  • Wed 29 Jan 1:45 PM Screen Two
  • Wed 29 Jan 4:45 PM Screen Two
  • Wed 29 Jan 7:45 PM Screen Two
  • Thu 30 Jan 1:45 PM Screen Two
  • Thu 30 Jan 4:45 PM Screen Two
  • Thu 30 Jan 7:45 PM Screen Two
  • Fri 7 Feb 11:00 AM Screen One
PERFORMANCES:
Tue 28 Jan, Wed 29 Jan, Thu 30 Jan, Fri 7 Feb, Sat 8 Feb, Sun 9 Feb, Mon 10 Feb, Tue 11 Feb, Wed 12 Feb, Thu 13 Feb
PRICES:


  • tense, exhilarating and profoundly moving
    BBC


  • In one of the best war films of all time, director Sam Mendes brilliantly delivers a story of two WWI soldiers... a stunning technical accomplishment that unfurls as one single take.
    Rolling Stone


  • turns out to be the best war picture since Saving Private Ryan
    Observer


  • a nerve-fraying rollercoaster of a war movie
    Time Out


  • Sam Mendes's 1917 is an amazingly audacious film; as exciting as a heist movie, disturbing as a sci-fi nightmare.
    Guardian


  • "1917" is a modern war classic and one of the best movies of the year.
    New York Post


  • A nerve-shredding, eye-popping odyssey through the horrors of World War One.
    Daily Star


  • Sam Mendes delivers the film of his career by mashing up the survivalist thrills of The Revenant with the helter-skelter mayhem of a shoot'em'up video game, and setting it during the Great War.
    The Times


  • It's a staggering technical achievement, one that will see Roger Deakins retaining his unofficial Greatest Living Cinematographer crown.
    Total Film


  • it's an astonishing piece of filmmaking, portraying war with enormous panache.
    Empire Magazine