This week’s big screen offering from the Dunamaise Arts Centre, presented in conjunction with the IFI Education Department is the French film ‘Miss Impossible’ (Jamais Contente).
This is a fresh coming-of-age drama about thirteen-year-old Aurore, trying to find a sense of belonging in the world stuck between a beautiful older sister and a brainy younger one.
Rebellious and full of smart answers, Aurore’s parents threaten boarding school, but an empathetic teacher and an offer to join a band give her new possibilities.
New friendships help her open up, realise her own talent and prompt her family to see her in a different light.
Directed by Emilie Deleuze, this France 2016 film is rated 12+ and the running time is 90 minutes.
The film screens at the Dunamaise this Thursday, October 25.
For more information and bookings, visit the venue website at www.dunamaise.ie.