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The Truth (PG)

Dir. Hirokazu Koreeda
2019 | 105 mins | France, Japan
Language: English and French (with subtitles)


  • Fri 27 Mar: 6pm
  • Sat 28 Mar: 2pm
  • Sat 28 Mar: 5pm
  • Sun 29 Mar: 1pm
  • Sun 29 Mar: 7pm
  • Mon 30 Mar: 5.40pm
  • Tue 31 Mar: 7.30pm
  • Wed 1 Apr: 2pm
  • Wed 1 Apr: 8.15pm
  • Thu 2 Apr: 6pm


  • £8* – Standard
  • £5* – Student / Under 25
  • £5* – Screenings Before 5pm (Excluding Sunday screenings)
  • £21* – 3 film tickets for £21

After the global success of the Cannes Palme d’Or-winning Shoplifters, master auteur Kore-eda Hirokazu’s wry and charming new dramedy The Truth pairs French screen icons Catherine Deneuve and Juliette Binoche for the first time, as a celebrated actress and her estranged daughter, a screenwriter, who reunite in Paris upon the release of the former’s memoirs. When the star’s long-suffering assistant unexpectedly quits, the two are forced into an awkward working relationship, where suppressed emotions can no longer be kept in check.

Premiering to great acclaim as the opening night of the 2019 Venice Film Festival, The Truth is a very special cinema experience: a gentle and moving exploration of reality and fiction, family, performance, and the great spectacle of life. It’s a love letter to mothers and daughters everywhere.


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