Friday, 12th May 2017
 
FILM MATINEE: THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE
3pm
Court Room Old Police Station
£5 (113 minutes)

Based on James McCain’s controversial novel, director Tay Garnett’s 1946 film, featuring a fine performance from Lana Turner, challenged acceptable movie themes of the period by portraying a study in opportunism, greed, manipulation, desperation and a questionable justice system – and asking: can you really get away with murder?

One of The Guardian 25 best crime films.

With thanks to Campden Film Society

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