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Bishops Castle Film Society

The Sense of an Ending - 27 Sept 2017

Ritesh Batra, UK, 2017, 98m

In this Ritesh Batra (The Lunchbox) film adaptation of Julian Barnes’ novel, retired, curmudgeonly Tony Webster (Jim Broadbent) is accompanying his single, heavily pregnant daughter to antenatal classes when he learns that the mother of his first girlfriend Veronica (Freya Mavor/Charlotte Rampling) has died and has left him something in her will.  He tells his ex-wife Margaret (Harriet Walter) about the bequest, which opens up memories of a period in his life Margaret knew nothing about when, during his university days, he was involved in a love triangle between himself, Veronica and his then best friend Adrian (Joe Alwyn).  The story of this early episode and its repercussions is told through flashbacks to the 1960s interspersed with events in the present day, and deals with the consequences of revisiting the past and the distortions and fallibility of memory.

“…Broadbent inhabits Tony’s set ways with curmudgeonly bemusement and dashes of acerbic humor. He is a joy to watch.”  [Ann Hornaday, The Washington Post, March 2017].
“The performances are transfixing throughout. [… This film] is about memory, how we slice and dice our pasts to come up with a self we can live with.”  [Deborah Ross, The Spectator, April 2017]

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