Last Night In Soho 116 mins

  • Last Night In Soho
  • Last Night In Soho
  • Last Night In Soho

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Wednesday, 1 December
11:00AM 1:30PM 4:15PM 6:40PM 9:00PM 
Thursday, 2 December
11:00AM 1:30PM 4:00PM 6:40PM 8:50PM 
Friday, 3 December
1:30PM 4:00PM 6:40PM 9:10PM 
Saturday, 4 December
12:45PM 4:00PM 6:40PM 
Sunday, 5 December
10:45AM 1:10PM 6:40PM 
Monday, 6 December
11:00AM 1:30PM 4:00PM 6:40PM 8:50PM 
Tuesday, 7 December
2:00PM 4:15PM 6:40PM 9:15PM 
Wednesday, 8 December
11:00AM 1:30PM 4:00PM 6:40PM 

Edgar Wright wickedly reflects ’60s Swinging London in this kaleidoscopic psycho-thriller about two young artists entwined across time.

With their spectacular precision and visual wit, Edgar Wright’s movies — from Shaun of the Dead to Baby Driver — have been embraced by genre fans, arthouse cinephiles, and popcorn moviegoers alike. He has a singular talent for generating pure joy in the cinema. Last Night in Soho crafts a delicious new flavour from surprising ingredients: the pop thrills of 1960s Swinging London, the darker pleasures of psychological horror, and a very contemporary story of a young woman defining who she aims to be in the world.

Writing with Krysty Wilson-Cairns (1917), Wright draws us into the orbit of Eloise (Thomasin McKenzie), a 1960s-obsessed young woman who ventures from the English countryside to study fashion at a prestigious London academy. Ostracized by her school’s chic cliques, Eloise retreats from her dormitory to a rented flat in Soho, where her life becomes psychically intertwined with that of Sandy (Anya Taylor-Joy), a singer living in 1966. Matt Smith (The Crown) turns up as Jack, a smooth night owl promising to help Sandy achieve stardom. But as Sandy’s descent into the demimonde and Eloise’s nocturnal wanderings intensify, overlapping traumas turn both present and past into a vivid swirl of danger.

Drawing from the psychotronic cinema of the 1960s and ’70s, and cleverly featuring appearances from actual ’60s icons such as Dame Diana Rigg, Margaret Nolan — both in their final roles — Terence Stamp, and Rita Tushingham, Wright’s first full-on foray into horror is a dazzling and dizzying thriller.

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