Tue 22 May 2018
Tue 22 May 2018

112 mins – United Kingdom / United States 2011 – Dir: Lynne Ramsay
Starring: Tilda Swinton, John C. Reilly and Ezra Miller

Eva and her son Kevin have had a difficult relationship from when he was a child, but when he does something irrational and unforgivable, how much of what Kevin did was her fault? The short film Kill The Day (1996, 19 minutes) will be shown before We Need To Talk About Kevin.

There will be a post-screening discussion with Sarah Cleary, who was awarded her PhD by Trinity College Dublin in 2016 and has dedicated her studies to the pursuit of exploring the juxtaposition between children, the media and the alleged effects of horror on children. She has published on a wide variety of horror and pop culture subjects concentrating on areas concerning censorship, popular culture and child-centric controversies in the mass media.

Splitting her time between lecturing in Trinity in Popular Culture and working in the field of event management as a senior level

Lynne Ramsay Retrospective

Deep Focus: Women In Film is delighted to present a retrospective of one of contemporary cinema’s most fiercely original voices. We will be screening Ramsay’s four feature films and several of her shorts films; there will also be introductions and post-screening discussions with Triskel’s Head of Cinema Chris O’Neill and a variety of guest speakers.

Season Ticket Offer: See all four films for €28 full price / €24 with annual membership.

Tues 22 May
6pm
We Need To Talk About Kevin – part of the Lynne Ramsay Retrospective
€9 full price / €7 with annual membership
A piece of vital, visceral cinema”
The Telegraph
A piece of vital, visceral cinema”
The Telegraph

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