March starts with the most self-explanatory title of the year – The Batman (3 March). It is what it says on the tin, with Robert Pattinson playing Bruce Wayne and, we assume, his tights-wearing, caped-wielding alter-ego.
We then slow things down with an introspective drama about couples finding love, inspiration, or both in Bergman Island (10 March), French director Mia Hansen-Løve and a solid cast led by Tim Roth, Vicky Krieps and Mia Wasikowska (see LSJ film giveaway below).
Anonymous Club (17 March) is an Australian documentary about Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett, the unbearable weight of fame, and how she battled her insecurities of her deserved success reaching international heights.
For a little independent Italian-British co-production, Nowhere Special (24 March) promises to be a little gem of a tearjerker from the same people who produced The Full Monty.
Finally, we end the month with The Duke (30 March). The last film by Roger Mitchell is a charming caper with Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren on the real story behind the sexagenary taxi driver who stole a Goya painting.
LSJ has five double passes to Bergman Island, in cinemas from 10 March. Acclaimed director Mia Hansen-Løve brings together a stellar cast, including Vicky Krieps, Tim Roth, and Australia’s Mia Wasikowska. A couple retreats to the island that inspired Ingmar Bergman in search of creative inspiration, but the lines between fiction and reality begin to blur. To enter, send your postal address and LawID with the subject line “Bergman Island” to f[email protected] by COB Tuesday 15 March.
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