Every Wednesday afternoon we welcome our older audiences to a screening of a classic film. With free tea and coffee (and a biscuit of course!) we encourage over 60s to stay for for a chat and to meet old friends and new.
This January sees Riverside celebrate some of the best of the French "Nouvelle Vague"- the New Wave films whose influence is felt on filmmaking to this day!
“Eric Rohmer's ultra-chaste meditation on sex and religion from 1969 is still a delight” The Guardian ★★★★
An engineer thinks he’s found the woman of his dreams but gives in to temptation with a free-spirited divorcee in Eric Rohmer’s drama. Before he went to the beach with the kids in his later conversation pieces, Eric Rohmer centred his first series of six ‘moral tales’ on this witty duel of values, belief and commitment between two thirty-somethings in a bedroom interlude precipitated by snow. Life’s a beach at the end.
Contains Mild Sex References
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With Jean-Louis Trintignant, Françoise Fabian, Marie-Christine Barrault
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