Kicking Horse Culture is set to bring viewers a coming of age tale which is surprising on many levels while being an off beat story of love.
Oliver Tate is struggling to come to terms with his life and the world around him.
At the age of 15 Oliver, played by Craig Roberts, has two goals which he has set for himself. To save his parents’ marriage via carefully plotted intervention and to lose his virginity before his next birthday.
The movie was a crowd favourite at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival and has been described as a film to fall in love with.
Writer/director Richard Ayoade is a rising star in the United Kingdom after working on a number of television series and short films.
In Submarine he combines a sense of extremely wry comedy and observations into the mind of what being young could be all about.
Oliver is worried that his mom is having an affair with New Age weirdo Graham while all the while he is in an exceedingly entertaining yet painful wannabe relationship with Jordana.
Based on Joe Dunthorne’s acclaimed novel, Submarine is a captivating coming-‐of-‐age story with an edge that tears at the soul.
The story brings together a brilliant cast which includes the aforementioned Roberts, Sally Hawkins (Jane Eyre, Cassandra’s Dream, Layer Cake), newcomer Yasmin Paige and Paddy Considine (The Bourne Ultimatum, In America, Hot Fuzz).
All in all the film will give viewers the chance to dive into the quirky minds of teenangers while combining love, family and trying to find a path from childhood to adult hood.
Submarine will be shown on Thursday, January 26 at 7:30 p.m. at the Golden Cinema.
Anyone coming to see the film is reminded to bring cash at the door with tickets being Non-Member $12; Adult Member $10; Student $5. Includes HST.