Based on Eileen Atkins’ play of the same name, this biopic focuses on the passionate relationship between Vita Sackville-West (Arterton) and Virginia Woolf (Debicki). Meeting in 1920s London, the two writers – who were both married – embarked on an affair that later inspired Woolf’s experimental 1928 novel Orlando: A Biography. Expressive cinematography, sumptuous costumes and a bold soundtrack by Isobel Waller-Bridge (sibling of Phoebe) create a period piece with a modern edge.
£9.20/£7.50 concessions/£6 NUS and under 25s
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