A Silent Voice (2016, Japan) Cert. 12A, subtitled

Dir: Naoko Yamada
Stars: Miyu Irino, Saori Hayami, Aoi Yuki

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When popular Shoya Ishida bullies Shoko Nishimiya, his new – deaf – elementary school classmate, she moves to a different school and he becomes a social outcast.

Years later, he tracks her down to make amends, but his past actions cast a long shadow.

This exquisitely animated manga adaptation unfolds like the graphic novel it once was – it’s a “moving and compelling” (Time Out), emotionally complex tale of redemption and friendship.

 

This Review from The Telegraph also includes a link to an “exclusive” Trailer (strangely the same “exclusive” trailer appears in other journal’s reviews.


 

David Lean Cinema, Croydon on Tuesday 16th May 2017

Show starts at 7.30PM, Ticket prices: £8.00 & £6.50 (concessions)

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A Silent Voice (2016, Japan) Cert. 12A, subtitled

Dir: Naoko Yamada
Stars: Miyu Irino, Saori Hayami, Aoi Yuki

This web-page is a work in progress.  Content will be added in the next few days

When popular Shoya Ishida bullies Shoko Nishimiya, his new – deaf – elementary school classmate, she moves to a different school and he becomes a social outcast.

Years later, he tracks her down to make amends, but his past actions cast a long shadow.

This exquisitely animated manga adaptation unfolds like the graphic novel it once was – it’s a “moving and compelling” (Time Out), emotionally complex tale of redemption and friendship.

 

This Review from The Telegraph also includes a link to an “exclusive” Trailer (strangely the same “exclusive” trailer appears in other journal’s reviews.)


 

David Lean Cinema, Croydon on Saturday 13th May 2017

Show starts at 2.30PM, Ticket prices: £8.00 & £6.50 (concessions)

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News Update 07 May 2017

We’ve had another memorable week at the David Lean. In addition to sell out repeat screenings of Viceroy’s House, there was the highly original blend of horror and humour provided by Get Out, which wasn’t quite to everyone’s taste, but most found it very enjoyable. The Salesman offered reflective and absorbing drama, enhanced by the insight it offered into life in Iran. It proved so thought-provoking that discussions continued afterwards at the bus stops opposite the Clocktower!

Volunteer Vacancy:

The two David Lean Cinema volunteer co-ordinators are looking for a third volunteer to share their admin duties, particularly the creation of the monthly schedule of duties for stewards, box office staff and arts bar staff. Read More………….