Sunday 2 June at 2pm
Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Gentlemen, you can’t fight in here, this is the War Room! Peter Sellers is at the top of his game taking on three hilarious roles in Stanley Kubrick’s riotously funny political satire. When an insane US general launches an unstoppable nuclear strike on the USSR, the US President must work with the Soviet premier and a former Nazi scientist named Dr Strangelove in a desperate effort to save the world from annihilation. Made at the height of Cold War paranoia, this irreverent and razor sharp stab at the madness of nuclear war has lost none of its bite.
Includes a post screening Q&A with Peter Kramer, Senior Research Fellow in Cinema & TV at De Montfort University, author of the BFI Film Classic on Dr. Strangelove.
1964 | PG |
Tickets and times
Sunday 2nd June2:00pmPost Show Talk