Tangerines, an Estonian film nominated for the ‘Best Foreign Language Oscar 2014’, is to be shown at Louth Film Club on Monday, February 22.
The film is set in 1992 when Georgians are at war with secessionist Abkhazians, backed by Russia.
Fruit growing in a war zone is shown to be full of problems – but then pacifism and love are depicted at their most uncompromising.
Paul Hill, chair of the film club, commented: “This film has so much sadness, but it is also humane and uplifting.”
Tangerines will be shown at The Playhouse Cinema in Cannon Street.
Tickets are £4 for LFC members, £6.90 for non-members and £5.50 for concessions.
The annual membership fee has been held at only £10 for five years. See full details on all LFC films for 2016 at: www.louthfilmclub.com.