Based on the acclaimed novel by Patrick Ness, this darkly alluring film from director J.A. Bayona (The Orphanage) tells the story of a young boy doubly assailed by frightening dreams and fraught real-life circumstances. Beautifully cast, this is a film of real psychological depth about the mysteries of childhood that manages emotional heft with moments of genuine tension and atmosphere.
Please note: this film contains themes of bereavement and school bullying.
Short film screening alongside this feature film: Tall Tales Part 2
An animated short about why children need to be quiet on trains.