Get Carter18

Directed by Mike Hodges | UK | 1970 | 1h 51m | Starring Michael Caine, Britt Ekland, Ian Hendry, Tony Beckley, George Sewell

A cold-blooded London criminal returns to his hometown in Newcastle following the supposedly accidental death of his brother. Suspecting foul play, and with vengeance on his mind, he embarks on a brutal investigation to uncover the truth. A gritty and sleazy 1970s gangster classic that is now acknowledged as one of the greats of British cinema, resorted and re-released by the BFI.

Reviews

‘It is a violent kitchen-sink pulp with the observational brilliance and dour working-class realism of something by Ken Loach’
★★★★★
Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

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We showed Get Carter between June 26, 2022 and June 28, 2022.

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Tomorrow (Wednesday 17th April)

15:30

Baltimore 15
1h 38m
A bold and thrilling psychological portrait based on the true story of Rose Dugdale, an English heiress who rejected her life of wealth and privilege to join an IRA raid on an english country estate.

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