Minari | The Hive

Minari


Shropshire Supports Refugees, Shropshire Ethnic Minority Alliance, The Hive and Arts Alive present an International Film selection of 3 diverse films exploring what it is to be human. Sponsored by LApero French Bistro. Tickets £5 per film / £10 for all three films .

Minari

A Korean family moves inthe 1980's to rural Arkansas to start a farm. Light/Heart-warming drama. Rated 12A / Mild swearing / Explores Race.

Sound of Metal (2019)

Monday 4th October 7.30pm.A heavy-metal drummer, Ruben (Riz Ahmed again), begins to lose his hearing. Drama about disability, mental health, hope. Rated 15 / Heavy swearing / Scenes of a sexual nature / References to self harm / References to mental illness

Minding the Gap

Monday 1st November 7.30pm. The bond of a decade long friendship is tested as three young men encounter adult responsibilities and unexpected revelations after trying to escape volatile families in their hometown. Impacting documentary dealing with abuse, marginalisation, masculinities, friendship and skateboarding. Rated 15 / Heavy swearing / References to child abuse, domestic physical abuse, police violence, alcohol and drug abuse

£5

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Monday 6th December, 2021

General Sale

£5.00

All 3 films
Monday 6th December, 2021

General Sale

£10.00

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