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Moon, 66 Questions (12A)

Directed by: Jacqueline Lentzou
Greece/France/Greek (English subtitles) (2021)
Friday 24 June 5:30pm - Thursday 30 June 2022 8:15pm
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  • Peak Screenings (after 6pm) £10.50. Concessions £9
  • Off-Peak Screenings (before 6pm) £9. Concessions £8
  • Under 26s £5 all screenings

  • Cast
    Lazaros Georgakopoulos, Nikos Hanakoulas, Kaiti Ibrohori


    1 hour and 48 minutes

    Recommended Age:
    12A for infrequent strong language

    When a grave illness strikes down her father Paris, Artemis decides to return home to Greece after being away for a few years. 

    After years of distance, Artemis has to get back to Athens due to her father’s frail state of health. Discovering her father’s well-kept secret allows Artemis to understand her father, in a way she was not able before, therefore love him truly for the first time.

    “Jacqueline Lentzou's intriguing, unconventional feature debut eschews anything as trite as a big emotional rapprochement, but it does ultimately carve out a shared emotional space for the pair.”
    Wendy Ide, Screen International
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