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The Future

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Miranda July, the director of the absolutely divine Me and You and Everyone We Know, returns with another delightfully peculiar take on life. The Future follows couple Sophie (July) and Jason (Hamish Linklater), whoose decision to adopt a stray cat called Paw-Paw radically changes their lives. The two see time and sspace literally alter before their eyes, and, unhappy about what they believe their future holds, decide to take drastic steps to make things better. An ingeniously constructed wonder of a movie, truly unique and hilarious in so many ways and a shining example of July's talent. We can't wait to see what she does next!

Director(s): Miranda July   Country of Origin: United States  Running Time: 1hr 31 mins  
BBFC Advice: 12A Parental supervision required for children under 12.  

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sarah barton said...

I can't wait for this film, after seeing me you and everyone we know, I fell in love with Miranda July, The future is set to look even better!

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