the journey

10 and 11 April, 2019

Baghdad, 2006. Sara enters the train station with sinister intentions for its reopening ceremony. As she braces to commit an unthinkable act, her plans are drastically altered by an unwanted and awkward encounter with Salam, a self-assured and flirtatious salesman. With Salam now hostage to Sara’s confused and deluded plan, he battles desperately to appeal to her humanity and sway her decision. In a moment of consideration and with her convictions crumbling before her, Sara is given the opportunity to witness the life and innocence she was so willing to destroy. This is a sharply relevant and powerfully acted moral drama.

On 11th there will be Q & A with Isabelle Stead, writer and producer. 

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GFT 12 Rose Street, G3 6RB

Access Film Club: Can You Ever Forgive Me at GFT
Glasgow School of Art MFA MFA WIP Screening 2, CCA

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