Exhibition (105 mins)
Joanna Hogg (Unrelated, Archipelago) brings her distinctly minimalist brand of comedy into the ultra-modernist home of artists D and H. This troubled but brave-faced couple have decided to sell their much-loved apartment, but as the sale begins to inch ever closer to reality, submerged anxieties, resentments and second-thoughts spring to the surface.
Starring Viv Albertine, guitarist of influential punk group The Slits, and Turner-prize-nominated artist Liam Gillick, Exhibition is as sleekly designed and uncompromisingly arch as the house itself - the film's commanding central character. It's also a deftly observed comment on the uncontrollable property obsession that characterises modern Britain.
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Featuring Viviane Albertine, Liam Gillick, Tom Hiddleston
Directed by Joanna Hogg
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