Date(s) - 18/02/2018
10:15 am - 1:00 pm
Hampstead Everyman Cinema
The Society of Analytical Psychology presents an exclusive screening of the 2017 adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier story:
MY COUSIN RACHEL
My Cousin Rachel, 2017© Copyright 20th Century Fox
Sunday 18 February, 2018, 10.15 am for 10.30 am start to 1.00 pm
This new screen version of Du Maurier’s narrative was written and directed by Roger Michell, whose diverse CV ranges from the romcom Notting Hill to the psychodrama Enduring Love via the provocative The Mother. Pitting a young master of a neglected house (Sam Claflin) against his late uncle’s captivating widow, an enigmatic, unknowable woman whose ambiguity is at once fiercely modern and somewhat alien; this is a tale of male sexual innocence and feminine, dark, sensual presence. “This saucily subversive dark romance mixes old-fashioned costume intrigue with lustily modern psychological twists and post-Freudian thrills” (Mark Kermode).
The screening will be followed by a special Question & Answer session with Dr. Coline Covington (Jungian Analyst), Rupert Tower (Jungian Analyst and Grandson of the late Daphne du Maurier) and Christopher Perry (Chair/Jungian Analyst).
Tea, coffee and pastries will be provided
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