Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Ken Loach's acclaimed British drama focuses on Billy Casper, a tormented working-class boy who is subjected to abuse both at school and at home.
The son of a single mother, Billy's existence is mostly bleak until he takes up an interest in falconry and begins training a kestrel that he finds on a nearby farm. While Billy forms a close bond with the falcon, his hardscrabble life and harsh environment prove to be a challenge to the boy and his bird.
David Bradley, Aka Billy Casper, will be attending the screening. There will be a Q&A before David introduces the film.