BFF21: The Last Bus 86 mins

4582 BFF21: The Last Bus

Screening Thu 4 Nov - Wed 1 Dec at:

Luna Leederville session times.   BOOK TICKETS

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Thursday, 4 November
3:45PM 
Monday, 8 November
3:50PM 
Friday, 12 November
11:15AM 
Tuesday, 16 November
11:15AM 
Wednesday, 17 November
6:30PM 
Wednesday, 24 November
4:00PM 
Friday, 26 November
8:40PM 
Tuesday, 30 November
4:00PM 

Luna On SX session times.   BOOK TICKETS

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Friday, 5 November
11:15AM 
Saturday, 13 November
1:45PM 
Friday, 19 November
6:15PM 
Monday, 22 November
1:20PM 
Thursday, 25 November
1:30PM 
Saturday, 27 November
11:15AM 
Monday, 29 November
3:45PM 
Wednesday, 1 December
11:00AM 

Windsor Cinema session times.   BOOK TICKETS

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Thursday, 4 November
11:00AM 
Wednesday, 10 November
6:30PM 
Monday, 15 November
1:15PM 
Saturday, 20 November
11:00AM 
Friday, 26 November
11:00AM 

A heart-warming tale of adventure across Britain, festival favourite Timothy Spall (BFF19 Mrs Lowry & Son, also in this year’s It Snows in Benidorm) stars as a recent widower living in Scotland who is planning one giant bus trip in The Last Bus, from veteran Scottish director Gillies MacKinnon (Hideous Kinky, Whiskey Galore).

Tom (Spall), an elderly man, is on a mission to return the ashes of his recently deceased wife, Mary (Phyllis Logan, Downton Abbey) to Land’s End, Cornwall, Britain’s most Southerly point. However, Tom lives in the village of John O’Groats at the northeastern tip of mainland Scotland and has no real way to get to Land’s End, but he does have a bus pass.

Using only local buses, Tom embarks on a nostalgic trip, carrying with him his wife's ashes in a small suitcase, travelling the length of the country to take her back home. Along the way, his adventures are recorded by the people he meets and helps, and by the end of his trip he has unwittingly become a social media celebrity.

Australian Premiere 

“Works wonderfully well on the big screen...Grab your popcorn and enjoy.”
The B Club
“Sentimental but heartfelt viewing.”
UK Film Review