Pig15

Dir. Michael Sarnoski | USA | 2021 | 1h 31m | Starring Nicolas Cage, Alex Wolff, Cassandra Violet

A truffle hunter living alone in the Oregonian wilderness journeys to Portland in search of his beloved foraging pig who has been kidnapped. Nicolas Cage gives a touching, low-key performance in this lyrical road movie about an individual dealing with past and present loss.

Reviews

‘Anyone who’s been keeping faith with Nicolas Cage, through all his career’s snaking cul-de-sacs and mad escapades, has a tremendous reward in store when they sit down to Pig.’ ★★★★★ Tim Robey, The Telegraph

 

‘Rich, poignant filmmaking anchored by two magnetic leads…It’s Cage’s most thoughtful and restrained performance in a long time, exhibiting a gentleness we don’t often get to see.’ ★★★★ Hannah Strong, Little White Lies

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We showed Pig between September 24, 2021 and September 30, 2021.

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