Sometimes Always Never

Sometimes Always Never, has been described as a melancholic comedy-drama about father-son reconciliation.

Bill Nighy plays Alan, a widowed tailor and extremely creative scrabble player, one of whose sons went missing years earlier. He’s now set off with his other son, a painter, to visit a morgue where a body might be his missing son.

The film’s title refers to the rules for which buttons on a jacket should be done up, and in which order.

It starts in New Zealand later this month and we have 5 double passes to give away - email us if you'd like to go.

First in best dressed.

Watch the Trailer here.

 

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