A compelling film about contemporary China in four connected stories, A Touch of Sin, is next to be shown at Louth Film Club on Monday, March 23.
An angry miner takes justice into his own hands and a rootless migrant preys on the nouveau riche.
In the other stories, a receptionist at a brothel is pushed beyond her limits by an abusive client – and a young man flits from one dead-end job to another.
Director Jia Zhangke uses a mix of seasoned and non-professional actors in the film which won the Best Screenwriting Award at Cannes in 2013.
The film is certificate 15 and will be shown at 7.30pm at the Playhouse Cinema, Cannon Street, Louth.
Membership of the club costs £10 with £4 for each film (£6.50 for non-members; £5.20 for concessions). See full details at www.louthfilmclub.com.