Fri 22 February 2019
Critic, filmmaker and festival director Kent Jones makes an impressive move into fictional storytelling with Diane. Haunting, delicately handled and beautifully acted by Mary Kay Place, it finds a whole world in the modest life of one seemingly unremarkable woman. A widow who lives alone in rural Massachusetts, Diane fills her days seeing friends, helping in the community, visiting her extended family and refusing to give up on a son in the grip of drug addiction. It is a film that quietly beguiles as it tenderly captures all the little joys and sorrows of daily existence.
Also screening on Thu 21 Feb, 6pm @ Everyman
Part of GFF19
3:45pm, £11 (£8.80), Cinema
Tickets via GFF / 0141 332 6535