Both Sides of The Blade (15)

Running from
Next event: Monday 26 September at 2pm
  • £8.55 / £7.65 for screenings before 5pm (Non-Members: £9.50 / £8.50 )
    Aged Under 26: £6.30 (Non-Members: £7)
    Young Storyhouse members: £5

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Part of: Parent & Baby Screenings

Directed by Claire Denis 
Starring Juliet Binoche, Vincent Lindon, Grégoire Colin 

Claire Denis’ piercing exploration of married life features a trio of powerful performances by Juliette Binoche, Vincent Lindon and Grégoire Colin. Sara (Binoche) and Jean (Lindon) have been together for ten years. Happy in their relationship, the couple first met when Sara was living with François (Colin), Jean’s best friend. Now, years after she last saw him, Sara catches a glimpse of François on the street. He doesn’t see her, but shortly after the encounter, he reconnects with Jean. Slowly, François’s presence starts to threaten the stability of the couple’s world. 

Certificate:

15

Duration

Approx 116 mins

Time details

15-20 mins of trailers & adverts before the screening (not included in duration)
Excludes Parent & Baby screening which will start at 11am (no trailers)

Languages:

French with English subtitles

Content Guidance:

Language, Sexual Violence, Strong sex

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