Vue Lancaster

Cinemas, Multiplex London
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Venue name: Vue Lancaster
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Address: Church Street
Lancaster
LA1 1LP
Price: £5.55-£7.85
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    3 out of 5 stars
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    There aren’t many writer-directors who could tell a story of small-town rape, murder, grief and guilt at the same time as taking you down all sorts of black-comic paths and having immense fun with the writing and acting along the way. But Martin M...
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