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Socrates

TICKETS FROM£6.50

Socrates

Thursday 24 September 2020 | 7:00 pm

Cinema

“Striking in its gritty, powerful authenticity.” – Hollywood Reporter

Socrates, a handsome 15-year-old, is not just another underage kid living on the margins of society while working the construction sites of São palo, he has a purpose. Because of the sudden death of his mother Socrates has had to fend for himself, trying desperately to earn the rent to keep his run-down apartment and remain out of the clutches of social services and his estranged father

‘Socrates’ is the debut feature film from Brazilian-American director Alexandre Moratto. It is the first feature produced by the Querô Institute in Brazil where it was co-written, produced, and acted by at-risk teenagers with the support of UNICEF.

Our social distancing seating plan means you will be allocated seats when booking.  To book specific seats for this event, please call 01206 713 700. Lines are open daily, 8:30am – 6:30pm.

Ticket prices:

Standard £8.00 Concession £7.00 Member £6.50

Certificate: 15

Length: 71 mins

Director: Alexandre Moratto

Cast: Christian Malheiros, Tales Ordakji, Jayme Rodrigues

Language: Portuguese with English subtitles

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Thursday 24 September 2020 | 7:00 pm

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