Greenwich Picturehouse

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  • Address:

    Greenwich Picturehouse 180 Greenwich High Rd
    London
    SE10 8NN

  • Venue phone:

    08717 042 065

  • Venue website:

    www.picturehouses.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    7.45pm

  • Transport:

    Rail: Greenwich rail/DLR

  • Price:

    £7, concs £5

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Belle

Rating: 3/5

Sometimes you find yourself wishing for an alternative version of the film unfolding before your eyes. ‘Belle’ is a good-looking and exceedingly polite film where perhaps a more complex one with less good manners would have been better. It’s the stor...

  • Fri Jul 11:

    • 13:15
    • 15:45
  • Sat Jul 12:

    • 18:15
  • Sun Jul 13:

    • 17:15
  • Mon Jul 14:

    • 13:15
    • 15:45
  • Tue Jul 15:

    • 13:15
    • 15:45
  • Wed Jul 16:

    • 15:45
  • Thu Jul 17:

    • 13:15
    • 15:45

A Touch of Sin

Rating: 4/5

Don’t go into this barbed cry of pain from Jia Zhang-ke (one of China’s greatest modern filmmakers) expecting subtlety. He’s created plenty of pointed undercurrents in movies such as ‘The World’, ‘Still Life’ and ‘24 City’, but now an implied violenc...

  • Tue Jul 22:

    • 18:00

Jules and Jim

Rating: 5/5

In 1962, the French New Wave’s most avid bookworm released an adaptation of Henri-Pierre Roché’s novel ‘Jules et Jim’. It was François Truffaut’s second adaptation (and his third feature film) but this one was special: the young tyro director and the...

  • Sun Jul 13:

    • 13:00

Cold in July

Rating: 4/5

For reasons which passeth understanding, cinema has long overlooked Texas-born crime writer Joe R Lansdale. His books are lean, grimly comic and packed with the sort of sudden violence, boisterous anti-heroism and crackling dialogue that Hollywood pr...

  • Thu Jul 10:

    • 20:50

Rio 2

Rating: 3/5

Carlos Saldanha is all heart. From the ‘Ice Age’ series, which the Brazilian co-directed, through to his new ‘Rio’ franchise, every movie he makes is stuffed with warmth, charm and simple but effective lessons about family, responsibility and friends...

  • Tue Jul 15:

    • 10:30

Sunset Boulevard

Re-release of Billy Wilder's 1950 film noir starring Swanson in her most celebrated role as fading big screen star Norma Desmond. The film explores Norma's insatiable appetite for fame and fortune, and her relationships with her toy boy lover and her...

  • Mon Jul 14:

    • 13:00

Keeping Rosy

Rating: 3/5

We’ve all had those really rotten days. You wake up on the wrong side of bed, get passed over for an important promotion, accidentally murder your Polish cleaner with a champagne bottle… Maxine Peake does a fine job of playing a seriously unlikeable...

  • Tue Jul 15:

    • 18:30

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