Preview Screening and Discussion

location for The Castle Cinema


March 10, 2018 at 12pm - 3pm


The Castle Cinema
64-66 Brooksby's Walk
London E9 6DA
United Kingdom
Google map and directions

Hackney South and Hackney North Labour have come together to set up an exciting chance to see the new film SINK before it comes out at the cinema in one of Hackney's independent cinemas The Castle, followed by a discussion of the issues the film raises with its writer and director Mark Gillis and our Hackney Mayor Phil Glanville. Please book tickets in advance via the link - they are £12, £5 unwaged, or £20 solidarity. Any proceeds will go towards getting Labour into power.

SINK is about a man, Micky Mason, trying to keep things together working part time/zero hours. He's in the position, familiar to many, of looking after the generation above and below – his father is slowly losing himself to dementia and his son is finding it hard to stay clean on an estate where drugs are everywhere. Micky is fired from his latest dead end job and there's nothing out there but more of the same. His Dad's care home has just been bought out and they've put up their prices. Micky takes one look at where the local authority wants to place his Dad and brings him back to live with him in his bedsit. He thinks they'll be fine. He tries so hard to be. But he's drowning...

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