A SUBTITLED film will portray the story of fatherhood at a movie night in Leek.
The 15 rated Like Father, Like Son will be screened at The Foxlowe Arts Centre in Leek on Tuesday (February 4).
Ryota Nonomiya is a successful businessman driven by money. When he learns that his biological son was switched with another child after birth, he must make a life-changing decision and choose his true son or the boy he raised as his own.
Examining the themes of nature/nurture, family, fatherhood and love, this intelligent, gentle, yet playful drama contains some of the best, most unobtrusive direction of children's inner lives.
Kore-eda is one of the great contemporary film-makers and won the Jury Prize at Cannes for this film.
Japan (subtitled) 2013 120 mins
The Foxlowe cinema is located on the first floor – regrettably no disabled access.
There is a licensed bar and hot drinks available each film night from 7pm, with the screening starting at 7.45pm.
Admission is £5 and advance tickets are available from Over the Rainbow in Sheepmarket, Leek, or from the Foxlowe Gallery as well as from the venue's website.
Forthcoming screenings at the Foxlowe Arts Centre include: the PG rated Sunshine on Leith on Tuesday, February 11; 15 rated Le Week-End on Tuesday, February 18; The Selfish Giant (15) on Tuesday, February 25; and False Trail (15) on Tuesday, March 4.
There will also be day-time screenings of: the PG rated Matilda on Thursday, February 20 at 2pm; and Kind Hearts and Coronets (U) on Sunday, March 2 at 2.30pm.
For further information about what's coming up at Foxlowe Films, go online to www.foxloweartscentre.org.uk.