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Friday 10th March 2017
Runtime: 103 mins
Rating: TBC
When an accident leaves a young man in a coma, doctors must gauge whether his parents are willing to consider a heart transplant, while elsewhere a woman (Anne Dorval) waits to see whether she will be given a new chance of life. This powerfully humane film is about individuals but also about how a compassionate health system works (note: graphic surgical scenes) as well as how our flesh-and-blood make-up ultimately connects us all. A terrific cast including Emmanuelle Seigner, Tahar Rahim and Bouli Lanners contributes to a film that addresses the heart and the brain with equal intelligence. "The tears are inevitable in Heal the Living, and for once, they feel like they’ve been earned." Sam Gray, The Upcoming Language: French with English subtitles
21:00
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Runtime: 112 mins
Rating: TBC
In an unnamed African country, the Move For Kids organisation (based on Zoe's Ark) is officially established to rescue orphans and provide them with a new life in France. Led by Jacques (Vincent Lindon), it soon becomes apparent that the organisation’s motives behind saving the orphans are not always honourable. As the line between humanitarian assistance and human trafficking becomes increasingly blurred, we are left wondering who to root for. Provocative, disturbing yet hopeful, the film features standout performances and a gripping script. "A shrewd look at the refugee crisis, and based on the real-life Zoe's Ark controversy, Joachim Lafosse's bitter drama is about an NGO in Chad that crosses the line between do-gooding and kidnapping." The Guardian
18:30
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