If Cave of Forgotten Dreams, one of the IFI’s most successful films of last year, appealed to audiences because of its unique inquiry into the origins of human creativity, then Werner Herzog’s latest venture Into the Abyss – a study of a triple murder and capital punishment case in Conroe, Texas – should draw crowds for its equally discerning ruminations on the culture and practice of annihilation. Read Alice Butler’s blog on Werner Herzog’s documentary, opening exclusively at the IFI from March 30th [here].
13.00, 15.00, 21.00
13.40, 18.20 (Open Captioned)
IFI & SEÁN O’CASEY FESTIVAL: YOUNG CASSIDY (FROM THE VAULTS)
PAIN AND GLORY
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