The Grocer’s Son - Portishead Film

PUBLISHED: 16:16 02 March 2011

The Grocer's Son

The Grocer's Son


PORTISHEAD Film brings a bit of summer to Portishead this week.

French subtitled film, The Grocer’s Son, takes its audience on a delightful trip to Provence where it follows 30-year-old Antoine as he drifts from one medial job to another.

This engaging film quietly explores the hidden tensions in family life, based on the director’s own observations, made during a year of following the travelling grocers of Corsica, the Pyrenees, and the Alps.

The Grocer’s Son will be screened at the Jubilee Hall, Slade Road, Portishead tomorrow (Thurs) at 8pm. Refreshments will be available from 7.30pm. It is open to all with admission at £5 or £4.50 concessions.

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