Also showing: Up There, Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet, Hit So Hard and The Pool
Sunday 18 November 2012
Up There (80 mins, 15)
A dour ghost (Burn Gorman) is stuck in a tediously bureaucratic afterlife in this imaginative, atmospheric comedy. It balances the supernatural and the mundane in the wry British fashion of 2010's Skeletons.
Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet (87 mins, TBC)
Humbling documentary about a rock guitar prodigy who was pole-axed by a paralysing illness at the age of 19.
Hit So Hard (103 mins, TBC)
A far less inspirational rockumentary chronicling Patty Schemel's drug addictions while she was the drummer of Hole.
The Pool (98 mins, 12A)
Small but perfectly formed coming-of-age drama in which an illiterate boy is befriended by the wealthy owner of a summer house in Goa.
Final Top Gear reviewTV
Arts & Ents blogs
- 1 Nathan Collier: Montana man inspired by same-sex marriage ruling requests right to wed two wives
- 2 People all over the world are getting semicolon tattoos to draw attention to mental health
- 3 Van driver who comforted Clark Carlisle and called 999 after suicide attempt dies age 24
- 4 James Blunt was special guest on the highest-rating Top Gear episode ever
- 5 The biggest first date turnoff has been revealed
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