My Feral Heart
12 / Jane Gull / 2016 / My Feral Heart / UK
Susie Tullett shares excellent stories from her UK campaigns including Quadrophenia, Amadeus, What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, and many more.
Luke, an independent young man with Down's syndrome, is forced to live in a care home after his elderly mother dies. He struggles to settle, unimpressed by his new housemates. His disappointment soon turns to wonder when he begins to explore the surrounding countryside. When caught sneaking out by Pete, a troubled youth who tends the gardens, the two strike up an unlikely rapport: Pete covers for Luke and Luke helps Pete clear the garden. On one illicit excursion to the adjoining ﬁeld Luke discovers a young girl in desperate need of his help…
“A ﬁne performance by an actor with Down’s syndrome drives this poignant British ﬁlm about love and loss”- 4 stars, The Guardian
This film is part of our new Thursday night special dinner and film offer: Enjoy delicious Moroccan cuisine at Café Maroc, followed by a movie treat.
Coming soon: You might also be interested in Life, Animated - As an autistic child Owen Suskind was unable to speak, until he and his family discovered a unique way to communicate through classic Disney animated ﬁlms.
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