From veteran director Ken Loach (Kes, The Wind That Shakes The Barley) and his longtime collaborator, writer Paul Laverty comes this caperish, Glasgow-set film about a new father who, after narrowly escaping a prison sentence, plans to create a new future for his family involving a whisky distillery - and teams up with a haphazard group of friends to make his dream a reality.
A return to somewhat lighter fare after 2010’s Iraq war drama Route Irish, but still full of Loach’s trademark social realism and keenly observant eye, The Angel’s Share is a very well-made treat.
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Subtitled screening - Tues 17 Jul 6.30pm - Deaf and hearing impaired subtitles.
4 Audio description headsets are available for the blind and visually impaired. It is advisable to arrive early as these are on a first come first served basis.