UK Cinema Releases: Friday 8th July 2011


The Tree of Life (20th Century Fox): Terrence Malick’s fifth film arrives in UK cinemas after winning the Palme d’Or at Cannes and a wrangle involving the film’s initial UK distributor Icon. The creation of the world is intercut with story of a Midwestern family in the 1950’s and we follow the eldest son as he tries to reconcile his feelings towards his father (Brad Pitt), mother (Jessica Chastain) and the wider cosmos. [Selected cinemas nationwide / 12A]

Trust (Lionsgate UK): Drama about the parents (Clive Owen and Catherine Keener) of a teenage girl who is stalked by an online sexual predator. Directed by David Schwimmer, whilst Liana Liberato co-stars as the young girl. [Selected cinemas nationwide / 15]

The Princess of Montpensier (Optimum Releasing): Bertrand Tavernier directs this period drama, based on the 1662 romance by Madame de la Fayette. Set amidst the religious wars of the period, it stars Mélanie Thierry in the title role, as a woman forced into marriage while loving another man. It co-stars Gaspard Ulliel, Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet, Lambert Wilson and Raphaël Personnaz. [Selected cinemas nationwide / 15]


Super (G2 Pictures): Dark comedy about a man who becomes a superhero vigilante (Rainn Wilson) and his sidekick (Ellen Page). Directed by James Gunn, it co-stars Liv Tyler and Kevin Bacon. [Selected cinemas / 18]

Holy Rollers (Crabtree Films): Comedy-thriller about how Hassidic Jews were recruited as mules in the late 1990s to smuggle ecstasy pills from Amsterdam into New York. Directed by Kevin Asch, it stars i Graynor, Danny A Abeckaser, Jason Fuchs, Jesse Eisenberg and Justin Bartha. [Selected cinemas / 15]

Film Socialisme (New Wave Films): Jean-Luc Godard’s latest film consists of three movements, including a Mediterranean cruise ship, multi-lingual conversations, a pair of children, and six sites from around the world in Egypt, Palestine, Odessa, Hellas, Naples, and Barcelona. [Selected cinemas / PG]

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