Synopsis:

In the near future, a time of artificial intelligence: 86-year-old Marjorie (Lois Smith – East Of Eden) – a jumble of disparate, fading memories – has a handsome new companion (Jon Hamm – Mad Men) that looks exactly like her deceased husband Walter. This is a Prime, a holographic simulation programmed by Marjorie’s daughter (Geena Davis – Thelma & Louise) and her husband Jon (Tim Robbins – The Shawshank Redemption) to feed the story of her life back to her. But as their interactions develop it becomes clear that each of them has a very complex relationship with their shared histories, with each other, and with this new technology they’ve invited into their home.

Based on Jordan Harrison’s Pulitzer-nominated play, Marjorie Prime is an exquisite exploration of memory and identity featuring stellar performances from its all-star cast.

Cast:

Jon Hamm
Lois Smith
Tim Robbins

Director:

Michael Almereyda

Writers:

Michael Almereyda
Jordan Harrison

Producer:

Uri Singer

Release: IN SELECT CINEMAS

Festival previews

7 November: Bath Film Festival @ Odeon
9 November: Inverness Film Festival @ Eden Court

From 10 November

Curzon Bloomsbury
HOME Manchester
Zefferellis Ambleside
Fareham Reel Cinema (10 Nov only)
Hull Reel Cinema (10 Nov only)
Burnley Reel Cinema (10 Nov only)
Kidderminster Reel Cinema (10 Nov only)
Port Talbot Reel Cinema (10 Nov only)
Quinton Reel Cinema (10 Nov only)
Widnes Reel Cinema (10 Nov only)
An Lantair Stornoway (14 Nov only)

From 17 November

Arthouse Crouch End
The Lexi Kensal Rise
Macrobert Art Centre Stirling
Chichester New Park Cinema (20 & 23 Nov only)

From 24 November

Ipswich Film Theatre

From 1 December

Olympic Barnes (1, 4 & 7 Dec only)
Northampton Errol Flynn (1 & 6 Dec only)
Stamford Arts Centre (6 Dec only)

From 8 December

Broadway Nottingham
ARC Stockton (9 & 13 Dec only)
Hereford Courtyard
Genesis Mile End (12 Dec only)

From 15 December

Lewes Depot
The Ultimate Picture Palace Oxford (Dec only)

From 22 December

Picture Cinema Broadstairs (26, 28 & 30 Dec only)

From 29 December

Glasgow Film Theatre (2, 3 & 4 Jan only)

From 5 January

Alhambra Keswick (Kesiwck Film Club – 7 Jan only)

From 19 January

Rhodes Bishops Stortford(19, 23 & 25 Jan only)

Further Screenings:

1 February – South Hill Park Bracknell
6 February – Talesin Arts Centre Swansea
9 February – Pomegranate Chesterfield
11 February – Trinity Theatre Tunbridge Wells
21 February – Sheffield University Film Unit
11 & 14 May – No 8 Pershore

More sites to be announced shortly 

 

ON DEMAND 10 NOVEMBER: