This special screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Prano Bailey-Bond.
1985. After viewing a strangely familiar “video nasty”, Enid, a film censor, sets out to solve the past mystery of her sister’s disappearance, embarking on a quest that dissolves the line between fiction and reality.
Already highly praised from Sundance, this pulp horror melodrama is daring, audacious and brilliantly executed. Disquieting, disturbing (in the best sense) and tremendously cine-literate, it’s quite, quite brilliant and eloquent on the subject of trauma and the relationship between on screen sex and violence and real-life sex and violence.
Tickets for cinema screenings will go on sale after the Prime Minister’s announcement on 10 May about Step 3 of the roadmap out of lockdown, which will confirm our reopening on 17 May. Priority booking will be available to HOME Friends, followed by HOME members with tickets on general sale from 13 May.