WHO’S IN IT?
Jim Broadbent (Iris), Charlotte Rampling (45 Years), Andrew Buckley (Jurassic World), Harriet Walter (Atonement), Emily Mortimer (Harry Brown), Michelle Dockery (Non-Stop), Edward Holcroft (Kingsman: The Secret Service), Billy Howle (Glue), Freya Mavor (Sunshine on Leith), Joe Alwyn (Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Ritesh Batra (The Lunchbox), director; Nick Payne (film debut), writer; Ed Rubin (X + Y) and David M. Thompson (The Awakening), producers; Max Richter (Waltz with Bashir), composer; Christopher Ross (Eden Lake), cinematographer; John F. Lyons (Savage Grace), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Tony (Broadbent), an aging divorcee who lives a life of solitude, is bequeathed a diary written by one of his old friends Adrian (Buckley), who had committed suicide under mysterious circumstances. However, the diary is currently in the possession of his old girlfriend Veronica (Rampling), who refuses to give it to him out of bitterness to him for events that happened in their youth, which forces Tony to reopen some painful memories…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The Sense of an Ending is the adaptation of Julian Barnes’ award-winning novel that explores the deep memory of old age, with a great cast of actors including Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling involved to carry the drama on their shoulders.