A critically acclaimed masterpiece of contemporary Polish cinema screened at The Castle Cinema.
12 April, 19:00, The Castle Cinema, Hackney
Described as “a film masterpiece” by The New Yorker and “richly sympathetic and deeply moving” by Time Out, Ida is the story of a novice nun, shortly due to take her vows, going on a journey of self discovery which forces her to question her future and her faith.
Directed by acclaimed director Pawel Pawlikowski and starring Agata Kulesza, Agata Trzebuchowska, Dawid Ogrodnik, Jerzy Trela, Adam Szyszkowski the film is in Polish with English subtitles.
The screening is part of the No Bollocks Film Club at The Castle Cinema.
To book, visit: No Bollocks Presents: Ida – The Castle Cinema
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