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  • Address:

    12
    Glasgow Film Theatre Rose Street
    Glasgow
    G3 6RB

  • Venue phone:

    0141 332 6535

  • Venue website:

    www.gft.org.uk

  • Transport:

    BR: Buchanan Steet. Underground: Cowcaddens

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    1. Glasgow Film Theatre
      • 12
        Rose Street
        Glasgow
        G3 6RB
      • 0141 332 6535
      • www.gft.org.uk
      • 55.865441,-4.261255

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The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared

Rating: 2/5

The title isn’t the only rambling, unwieldy thing about this lightweight absurdist comedy, an adaptation of a 2009 novel and already a hit in Sweden – from where its humour singularly fails to travel. We meet jovial pyromaniac Allan Karlsson (Swedish...

  • Thu Jul 24:

    • 15:20
    • 17:50
    • 20:20

Boyhood

Rating: 5/5

Looking at it one way, ‘Boyhood’ is a spectacularly cheap way of saving on actors’ salaries. To capture his rambling yet absorbing Texas family drama, director Richard Linklater (‘Before Midnight’) agreed with several actors – including his eight-yea...

  • Thu Jul 24:

    • 15:45
    • 19:20

Grand Central

Rating: 2/5

Unskilled but willing Tahar Rahim joins the maintenance team at a French nuclear power station, but among his fellow workers, who form a rag-tag community in off-site mobile homes, radiation isn’t the only invisible menace hanging in the air. When Ra...

  • Thu Jul 24:

    • 15:30
    • 18:30
    • 20:40

I Am Divine

Rating: 3/5

Putting aside that whole shit-eating thing in the 1972 film ‘Pink Flamingos’, the antics of the man born Harris Glenn Milstead – better known to filmgoers as gender-bending superstar Divine – are tame by today’s standards. For the uninitiated, Jeffre...

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    • 14:20
    • 18:30
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    • 16:20
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    • 17:30

Joe

Rating: 3/5

Adapted from Mississippi writer Larry Brown’s 1991 novel, ‘Joe’ is a moody, melancholic throwback to the dramas that first gained director David Gordon Green (‘George Washington’) attention, and which he ditched to make stoner comedies like ‘Pineappl...

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    • 15:15
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    • 15:15
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The Lady from the Shanghai Cinema

Prado pays tribute to film noir in general, and to The Lady from Shanghai in particular; but given that Welles' mirror-play classic was itself a genre deconstruction, it's little wonder that Prado's film ends up being more labyrinthine than its play...

  • Sat Jul 26:

    • 13:20
  • Sun Jul 27:

    • 14:45
  • Mon Jul 28:

    • 18:15

Mr Morgan's Last Love

Rating: 2/5

This sentimental Michael Caine drama is so dull that doctors could prescribe it to treat insomnia. What the hell, they could probably use it to medically induce a coma. Barely even bothering with the accent, Caine is Matthew Morgan, a retired America...

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    • 15:00
    • 20:00
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    • 18:10
  • Wed Jul 30:

    • 15:00
    • 17:30
    • 20:00
  • Thu Jul 31:

    • 15:00
    • 17:30
    • 20:00

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