This multi award-winning biopic is based on the true story of Larry Winters, who was sentenced to life imprisonment for a murder in a Soho bar in 1963. Partly told in a series of flashbacks which reveal how a man with an IQ of 165 became a convicted murderer, the film explores Winters’ experience in the special unit of Barlinnie prison which finally gave him a route to self-expression.
Directed by David Hayman and starring Iain Glen as Larry Winters. Robert Carlyle makes his debut film performance as Big Woodsy.
85 mins | certificate 15
Screenings start at 6pm (doors open 5.45pm)
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