Gary Oldman’s searing (and potty-mouthed) directorial debut took the Cannes Film Festival by storm in 1997 and was ranked 21st on Time Out’s list of the best British films of all time.
Alcoholism and substance misuse abound as a working class family struggle to get by in South London.
This film has been selected by Dave Calhoun (see here). Unfortunately, he can’t make it along to his screening, so the film will be preceded by a pre-prepared introduction from Dave, which I’ll be reading out. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.