Dir: Richard Franklin, 1986, US, 1h 43m, 15
Sun 5 June // 19:30 / Cinema
Tickets: Pay As You Can: £7/ £5 / £3 / FREE
British 80's horror in which a scientist (Terence Stamp) and his assistant (Elisabeth Shue) study primates on a remote island. Disturbing events begin to occur, in connection with an intelligent 45-year-old chimp called Link.
The film will be screened with Captioned Subtitles to allow access for more film lovers. The screening is socially distanced and masks should be worn unless exempt.
Image description: Poster image of Terrance Stamp and Elizabeth Shue's faces with concerned expressions. Above them is an image of a grinning chimpanzee with a large house in the background.