A United Kingdom held your attention

There were not so many in for today's film, which was a little disappointing as it was, in my opinion, one of the better films released last year. Those who did come along appeared to be enthralled by the story, with the occasional audible gasp as the British government of the time made yet another disgraceful move to stop the rightful heir to the kingship of the Bechuanaland nation fulfilling his destiny.

Just to remind you that in June we have
La La Land, a hugely successful film that takes us back to the Hollywood musicals.

And for July, it will be
Lion, the story of how a young man, adopted as a child after becoming separated from his family, endeavours to find his biological mother back in India.

In August we won't be showing a film, as experience has taught us that many people are away during the month or otherwise occupied.