Sound of Metal

Sound of Metal Fifteen

A powerful film that evokes what it's actually like to lose your hearing, Sound of Metal won both Oscar and BAFTA awards for sound (as well as editing). It features a strong performance from Riz Ahmed as Ruben, the drummer of metal duo Blackgammon and a former drug addict. Along with his girlfriend/manager Lou (Olivia Cooke) on guitar /vocals, Ruben drifts from gig to gig until, just before a soundcheck, his hearing all but disappears. Tests reveal that his hearing loss will not improve and he must avoid what he loves best: making music. His journey from rage to understanding is nuanced and subtle, avoiding rock cliches.

North Herefordshire

Date & time:

Thu 18 November 7.30pm

Location:

Pudleston Village Hall HR6 0QY

Enquiries:

01568 750292

Interval:

There will be an interval during this film

Additional information:

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Doors open 7-00pm

Tickets:

Adult: £5.00

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