BERGMAN ISLAND MEMBERS PREVIEW SCREENING 113 mins

  • BERGMAN ISLAND MEMBERS PREVIEW SCREENING
  • BERGMAN ISLAND MEMBERS PREVIEW SCREENING
  • BERGMAN ISLAND MEMBERS PREVIEW SCREENING
  • BERGMAN ISLAND MEMBERS PREVIEW SCREENING
  • BERGMAN ISLAND MEMBERS PREVIEW SCREENING

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Saturday, 11 December
11:00AM 

A LUNA PALACE CINEMAS PRIVILEGE CARD MEMBERS-ONLY SPECIAL EVENT! 

Saturday 11 December at 10.30 am for an 11.00 am start

@ Luna Leederville

You're invited to attend this special preview event for just $12.50 per ticket!* Be among the first to see Bergman Island,  in which Tim Roth and Vicky Krieps star as a filmmaking couple who search for inspiration at Ingmar Bergman's famous home on Fårö Island, in the latest from multi-award-winning director Mia Hansen-Løve.

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One of world cinema’s most famous locations becomes the backdrop for this intricate relationship drama by Mia Hansen-Løve (Things to Come).

Fårö, a small island off the east coast of the Swedish mainland, is one of the meccas of cinephilia: the long-time home of legendary auteur Ingmar Bergman as well as the setting for many of his greatest films, including Through a Glass Darkly, Persona and Scenes from a Marriage. Excited by the chance to survey the familiar landmarks and draw inspiration for their own filmmaking projects, a couple decide to spend a summer living and working on the island. But, as their stay progresses, fiction begins to intrude on their carefully planned reality.

Fresh from its competition berth at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival and starring Tim Roth (The Hateful Eight, Pulp Fiction), Mia Wasikowska (Judy & Punch, Stoker) and Vicky Krieps (Phantom Thread), this touching new film from French writer/director Hansen-Løve both pays homage to one of cinema’s masters and serves as another instalment in her own oeuvre of exquisite, semi-autobiographical investigations into love, longing and growing up.

“A delicate, haunting little Russian doll of a movie.” – Vulture

"A sly and moving story about a woman finding her way as an artist." NPR

★★★★★ "A Dazzling whipsmart drama." The Telegraph

"A heartstopping poignant stunner." Indiewire

"Masterful." Little White Lies

"Beguiling." Variety

"Phenomenal." The Telegraph

"A knockout." Indiewire