The Feast (18)

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Caption Subtitled Screening: 6.15pm Monday 29 August

Directed by Lee Haven Jones 
Starring Annes Elwy, Nia Roberts, Julian Lewis Jones 

When a wealthy family and their guests gather for a dinner party in the remote Welsh countryside, they have little idea of what awaits them. Hosted at their luxurious new house, the family have a valuable mining venture at stake and the atmosphere is tense.

The arrival of a mysterious young woman who has been hired as a waitress brings a quiet, unsettling presence to the evening. And as the night progresses, she soon begins to challenge the family’s beliefs, unravelling the illusion they’ve created with slow, deliberate, and terrifying consequences.

A carnivorously chilling new horror film, The Feast features an outstanding cast and marks an unforgettable feature debut from Lee Haven Jones.

Certificate:

18

Duration

Approx 93 mins

Time details

15-20 mins of trailers & adverts before the screening (not included in duration)

Languages:

Welsh with English Subtitles

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