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    Little Theatre Cinema, Bath St Michael's Place
    Bath
    BA1 1SF

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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:

    • 17:30

Bright Days Ahead

Rating: 3/5

If the prospect of yet another French drama about a middle-class marriage in crisis sounds a bit familiar, the difference here is an absolutely regal turn from 65-year-old actress Fanny Ardant. She plays Caroline, a married, recently retired dentist...

  • Thu Jul 10:

    • 18:00

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:

    • 18:15

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:

    • 18:15

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

NT Live: Skylight

Bill Nighy and Carey Mulligan feature in the highly anticipated production of David Hare's Skylight, directed by Stephen Daldry, broadcast live from the West End by National Theatre Live.

  • Thu Jul 17:

    • 19:00
  • Sat Jul 12:

    • 10:15

Begin Again

Rating: 4/5

Avoid this film like E coli if your instinctive reaction to all things infectiously sweet and sincere is spontaneous toe curling. The director is John Carney, who made the scruffy-gorgeous musical ‘Once’ for pennies on the streets of Dublin. Here he...

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    • 13:50
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    • 10:30
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  • Thu Jul 17:

    • 12:50
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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...

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    • 10:45
    • 15:40
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    • 18:15
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    • 11:45
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    • 13:00
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    • 10:20
    • 18:15
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    • 14:45
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    • 11:00
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  • Sun Jul 13:

    • 12:40
    • 16:15
    • 19:45
  • Mon Jul 14:

    • 12:40
    • 16:15
    • 19:45
  • Tue Jul 15:

    • 10:30
    • 12:40
    • 16:15
    • 19:45
  • Wed Jul 16:

    • 10:45
    • 12:40
    • 16:15
    • 19:45
  • Thu Jul 17:

    • 12:00
    • 15:20
    • 20:00

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