England Is Mine (15)
Sat 02 Dec 9200 - Thu 01 Jan 1970
Dir. Mark Gill, UK, 93 mins, 2017
Set in the 1970s, this amusing and unauthorised biopic offers an evocative depiction of singer-songwriter Steven Patrick Morrissey.
Focusing on his young adult years in Manchester ENGLAND IS MINE (title taken from The Smiths classic hit) reflects his ambitions, frustrations and eventual determination to become the artist he always knows he is destined to be.
Oscar and Bafta nominated Gill worked with Control producer Orain Williams to deliver a highly anticipated portrait piece. It explores the musical influences, ambition and disappointments which shaped a young Morrissey, before he went on to become lead singer of seminal 1980s band The Smiths.
Stick around after the 7.30pm screening on Friday 11 August to unite on the dance floor to the sound of Morrissey and the Smiths greatest records.
Sundays screening will be caption subtitled. Captioning is a service for hearing-impaired or deaf people.
Exeter Phoenix will provide caption subtitled screenings of films when possible. These screenings have a transcription of the films dialogue in English along the bottom of the screen and a description of the sound in the film is also included in these captions. Further caption subtitled films can be found here >>
Our programme also contains many films subtitled into English from other languages. These may also be suitable for deaf or hearing-impaired customers but wont always include additional descriptions of sounds. These films can be found here >>