Friday evening, 14th November, 7:30pm
‘Private Peaceful’ (2012) 12 Rating
An ideal film to watch as we remember 100 years since the start of World War 1, ‘Private Peaceful’ is an adaptation of the brilliant best-selling novel by Michael Morpugo. It tells the story of the unbreakable bond between two brothers during World War 1, in which they are transported from childhood innocence in the fields of Devon to the violence of the battlefield in Flanders. In the trenches they experience the brutal injustice of war, far removed from rural family life, and their rivalry for the beautiful Molly Monks. Directed by Pat O’Connor and with an all-British cast including George MacKay, Jack O’Connell and Maxine Peake, this is a powerful and emotional tale of injustice, love, heroism, and fierce family ties that will never be broken.
Free admission, tea & coffee, but bring your own popcorn!
Film shown at St Peter’s Church, Lake Lock Road, doors open 7pm