Donnie Darko – Director’s Cut

Directed by Richard Kelly

In 2002 an obscure, bizarre U.S. indie début became a UK box office winner. DONNIE DARKO was a creepy fable about a solitary teen who discovers a hole in time – or was it? That’s what made the film – its determination not to tie up loose ends, to leave the audience wondering. With his own cut, director Kelly has managed to plug a few plot holes without destroying the indefinable weirdness and has also slightly re-jigged the 80s soundtrack. Only onscreen in the UK for a limited 28-day, exclusive digital cinema release, don’t miss this chance to catch DONNIE as Richard wanted you to see it.

133 minutes

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