Baby Pictures: After Hours

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BBFC RatingBaby Pictures: After Hours

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GenreComedy, Crime, Thriller
Director(s)Martin Scorsese
Writer(s)Joseph Minion
Running Time1HR 37MINS
SeasonBaby Pictures

Baby Pictures is our regular Friday morning film slot exclusively for carers with little ones aged twelve months and under. Those with babies are no strangers to being awake after hours. These after hours are playing a giant cosmic joke on Paul.

Martin Scorsese takes a darkly comic look at his favourite city in this wild free-for-all that won him Best Director honours at the 1985 Independent Spirit Awards and the 1986 Cannes Film Festival.

Paul Hackett's (Griffin Dunne) terrible night happens in the SoHo area of downtown Manhattan when he goes to keep a date with Marcy (Rosanna Arquette). Nothing in his humdrum life as a word processor has prepared him for the surreal encounters that follows.

Also starring Linda Fiorentino, Teri Garr, Catherine O'Hara, and Cheech & Chong to name a few. Scorsese said Joseph Minion's tantalising script was "like a Chinese puzzle." You'll howl as you put the pieces together.

Created from the 35mm original camera negative, this new 4K restoration was approved by editor, Thelma Schoonmaker, and includes a newly recorded introduction by Griffin Dunne.

Baby Pictures 

Baby Pictures is open to carers and little ones of twelve months and under. As everyone in the cinema is a parent or carer, there’s no need to worry if it gets a little noisy. Everyone understands. Customers not accompanying a baby will be turned away.

The lights are turned up a little bit and the sound is a little softer to create a peaceful environment for you and the baby. It’s just for carers (Mum, Dad, Granny, Granda, whoever it is it looking after the tot) and babies. Up to two adults can come with a babyPlease note: we cannot allow babies over the age of 12 months to come to Baby Pictures.  

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