Waterloo Sunset

Cinema | (12A) | 90 minutes |
  • 31st July 19:30
  • 1st August 13:30 (£7.50 Matinee)

Poignant, moving and uplifting, Waterloo Sunset is a documentary about the elderly residents who live at the remarkable Hopton’s Almshouse, beside The Thames. Built in 1752 for the borough’s poor, the occupants – many in their 80s and 90s – now find themselves living in one of London’s most sought-after locations, dwarfed by luxury apartments and towering glass skyscrapers.

Over the course of one summer, filmmaker Harvey Marcus discovers a story of a community battling with regeneration, change and what it means to grow old in today’s Britain, but also a tale of hope, wisdom and inspiration – epitomised by 92 year old Yogi, Jenny, and the incorrigible crooner Shamus, who despite his 76 years and various ailments, still dreams of pop stardom.

This is a coming of age story with a difference…

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