We screen the critically acclaimed film Leave No Trace, following the struggles of a father and daughter seeking a new home
We screen the critically acclaimed film Leave No Trace, following the struggles of a father and daughter seeking a new home.
Friday 12 April, 19:00 (doors 18:30) | Tickets £5, £3 concessions & Foundling Friends
In our Spring mini-series, Watch, Talk, Think, we present three powerful films on the theme of childhood survival in difficult homes. Each screening is followed by a panel discussion on the themes and broader issues raised with leading critics, academics and health professionals, led by Dr Robin Basu Roy, Clinical Lecturer in Paediatrics at the University of Oxford.
In this screening, we present the critically-acclaimed Leave No Trace (2018). Veteran Will and his teenage daughter Tom live in the forests of Portland, Oregon. But when they are picked up by social services and forced to integrate back into society, father and daughter must each decide where they wish to make their new home. There will be a cash only bar at this event.
Rating PG, running time 119 minutes.
★★★★ – irresistible tale of one man’s attempt to escape modern life