Period drama based on the novel by Isobel Colegate, starring James Mason as Sir Randolph Nettleby, who invites a small party of aristocrats to a shooting party at his country estate. The year is 1913, and the country is poised on the brink of the Great War - but these privileged elite carry on with their shooting, dining, gossiping and discreet entanglements as the only way of life they know. However, their lifestyle is under threat - both from within their immediate circles and from society as a whole - and the film ends on a tragic and poignant note.
Director: Alan Bridges
1 h 38 min
Following the screening, there will be a Q & A with actor Rupert Frazer, who portrays Lionel Stephen.
Doors open: 6pm
Ticket £10 (includes a complimentary glass of wine)
(Important Notice to Ticket Holders - Tickets are non-refundable/exchangable)