3:30 pm Doors open Bar / Tea / Coffee & Slices Available
4 pm Program Starts
UK – Drama – 103 mins – PG
The situation is World War II, the time 1942, the setting Jersey in the Channel Islands during the German invasion. Churchill has decided against the risk of liberation and, as depicted in memoirs such as the very popular Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society, life on the islands has settled to a version of ordinary daily reality: resignation heightened by tension. A true heroic story from that time, about St Ouen shopkeeper Louisa Gould who was widowed by the war but defiantly protected an escaped POW Russian slave-worker called Fyodor (renamed BiIl), is dramatised by actors of the calibre of Jenny Seagrove, John Hannah, Nicholas Farrell, Ronan Keating and Susan Hampshire. The drama explodes when the community secret becomes too much for someone to bear.
Non-Members: Adult $13 / $8 Students with ID / Children under 16 $5
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1. Purchase online before 2pm on day of screening,
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