Thanks to our screening partner access>CINEMA and Modern Films glór is delighted to present a summer season of online films for you to enjoy at home.
Summerland | A Film by Jessica Swale
Drama | English | 100 min | Cert TBC
Gemma Arterton is reclusive writer Alice, living in a coastal Kent village. Locally she’s viewed with suspicion and disapproval; the neighbourhood kids irritate her and call her a witch. It’s war time so she finds herself landed with London evacuee schoolboy Frank, whose cheerful pursuits conflict with her quiet existence. While the story may seem a familiar one, the background to Alice’s reclusiveness and dislike of children is slowly revealed, and her love affair which went against all societal mores of the period.
A simmering, emotional tale that is beautifully shot and co-stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Tom Courtenay.
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★ ★ ★ ★ What a lovely, hopeful and rather magical movie this is.” The Observer
access>CINEMA at Home provides a virtual cinema experience that allows glór to bring a new or recent film digitally to their audiences.
access>CINEMA at Home also aims to support independent cinema by returning some of the proceeds from screenings back to the participating film clubs and arts centres presenting the chosen films.