BFF21: Mothering Sunday 110 mins

4569 BFF21: Mothering Sunday

Screening Fri 5 Nov - Wed 1 Dec at:

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Sunday, 7 November
4:20PM 
Tuesday, 9 November
3:30PM 
Sunday, 14 November
3:45PM 
Tuesday, 16 November
1:30PM 
Saturday, 20 November
1:00PM 
Monday, 22 November
4:00PM 
Thursday, 25 November
11:10AM 
Saturday, 27 November
8:45PM 
Wednesday, 1 December
1:15PM 

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Saturday, 6 November
4:00PM 
Monday, 8 November
11:00AM 
Thursday, 11 November
4:00PM 
Sunday, 14 November
11:15AM 
Tuesday, 16 November
3:30PM 
Friday, 19 November
3:45PM 
Saturday, 20 November
6:15PM 
Wednesday, 24 November
6:15PM 
Sunday, 28 November
6:30PM 

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Friday, 5 November
8:50PM 
Wednesday, 10 November
1:15PM 
Sunday, 21 November
1:30PM 
Friday, 26 November
1:15PM 
Sunday, 28 November
11:00AM 
Monday, 29 November
11:00AM 

On a warm spring day in 1924, the young housemaid Jane Fairchild (Australian Odessa Young) finds herself alone. Her employers, the Nivens (Colin Firth and Olivia Colman) - one of several local ‘grand’ families who have been devastated by the loss of sons in the First World War - are out and she has the rare chance to spend time with her secret lover, Paul (Josh O’Connor, The Crown), the sole surviving son from a neighbouring manor house. However, Paul is engaged to be married to someone else.

More than a decade later, Jane has become a writer and is living with another man in London, struggling to make sense of an idea for a novel that keeps urging her to look to the past.

In this beautiful adaptation of Graham Swift’s 2016 novella, screenwriter Alice Birch (Normal People, Lady Macbeth) and director Eva Husson (Bang Gang, Girls of the Sun) bring the rich sensuality of this extraordinary love story to the screen.

An intimate period drama exploring a creative awakening steeped in books, love and loss, Mothering Sunday’s terrific extended cast make this a must-see.

“The performance by Odessa Young is a gem.” Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews

Australian Premiere 
OFFICIAL SELECTION – BFI London Film Festival 2021



“This script, by Lady Macbeth's Alice Birch, does remarkable things to make the story breathe on film
Daily Telegraph (UK)
“Audiences will likely be seduced by the combination of Brit star power and the unapologetic steaminess of the central relationship".
Screen International