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This film was last shown on 27 June 2017
A marvellous Oscar-nominated clay-mation, told through the eyes of
a nine-year-old orphan who goes by the name ‘Courgette’. After losing his
mother, Courgette must find his place within an unlikely family at the foster home.
A stunning film that approaches its achingly emotional themes with grace and compassion;
equal parts heart-warming and heart-breaking.
Despite complex themes, My Life As A Courgette will enchant
audiences of all ages with delightfully original animation: a truly remarkable
portrait of the joys and struggles of childhood.
Matinee showing will be English Dubbed with English
subtitles and evening showing will be French language with English Subtitles
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