Living

Showings

Coral Gables Art Cinema Fri, Jan 13 3:15 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Fri, Jan 13 5:30 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Fri, Jan 13 7:45 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Sat, Jan 14 1:30 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Sat, Jan 14 4:00 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Sat, Jan 14 6:45 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Sun, Jan 15 1:00 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Sun, Jan 15 3:15 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Sun, Jan 15 5:30 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Mon, Jan 16 4:45 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Mon, Jan 16 7:00 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Tue, Jan 17 4:15 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Tue, Jan 17 6:30 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Wed, Jan 18 5:00 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Wed, Jan 18 7:15 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Thu, Jan 19 4:15 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Thu, Jan 19 6:30 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Fri, Jan 20 2:15 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Fri, Jan 20 4:30 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Fri, Jan 20 7:00 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Sat, Jan 21 3:00 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Sat, Jan 21 5:15 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Sun, Jan 22 3:15 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Sun, Jan 22 5:30 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Mon, Jan 23 4:30 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Mon, Jan 23 6:45 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Tue, Jan 24 4:30 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Thu, Jan 26 4:45 PM
Coral Gables Art Cinema Thu, Jan 26 7:00 PM
Film Info
Country:United Kingdom
Japan
Sweden
Release Year:2022
Runtime:102
Director:Oliver Hermanus
Rating:PG-13

Description

1953. A London shattered by WWII is still recovering. Williams (Bill Nighy), a veteran civil servant, is an impotent cog within the city’s bureaucracy as it struggles to rebuild. Buried under paperwork at the office, lonely at home, his life has long felt empty and meaningless. Then a shattering medical diagnosis forces him to take stock – and to try and grasp fulfillment before it goes beyond reach.

At a seaside resort, chaperoned by a local decadent (Tom Burke), he flirts with hedonism before rejecting it as his solution. Back in London, he finds himself drawn to the natural vitality of Margaret (Aimee Lou Wood), a young woman who once worked under his supervision and is now determined to spread her wings. Then one evening he is struck by a revelation – one as simple as it is profound – and with a new energy, and the help of Peter (Alex Sharp), an idealistic new recruit to his department, he sets about creating a legacy for the next generation.

Living is a reimagining of Akira Kurosawa’s Ikiru), and is directed by Oliver Hermanus (MoffieThe Endless River) from a script by Kazuo Ishiguro (author of the novels The Remains of The Day and Never Let Me Go).