A film by Steve McQueen
Starring Michael Fassbender

“Positively riveting. An artistic masterpiece. A harrowing, poetic film.” – The Washington Post

HUNGER is the stunningly assured debut feature from Turner Prize-winning visual artist Steve McQueen. Winner of the 2008 Cannes Camera d’Or among other top international prizes, the film is a work of astonishing precision co-written by acclaimed Irish playwright Enda Walsh and starring Michael Fassbender (300, Tarantino’s upcoming INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS) in an unflinchingly passionate turn. In 1981, a deadly serious battle takes place in the infamous H-block of Belfast’s Maze Prison. Republican inmates, led by Bobby Sands (Fassbender), refuse to eat until the British government acknowledges the IRA as a legitimate political organization. Steve McQueen’s commanding direction captures the physical details of their struggle. Is it suicide or martyrdom?


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Running Time
96 mins

Past Screenings (since April 2nd, 2009)

Thursday, Apr 30, 2009
Wednesday, Apr 29, 2009
9:50pm · 5:10pm
Monday, Apr 27, 2009
Sunday, Apr 26, 2009
9:50pm · 5:10pm · 12:30pm
Saturday, Apr 25, 2009
7:30pm · 2:50pm
Friday, Apr 24, 2009
9:50pm · 5:10pm
Thursday, Apr 23, 2009
9:45pm · 7:45pm · 5:45pm
Wednesday, Apr 22, 2009
9:45pm · 7:45pm
Tuesday, Apr 21, 2009
9:45pm · 7:45pm · 5:45pm
Monday, Apr 20, 2009
9:45pm · 7:45pm · 5:45pm
Sunday, Apr 19, 2009
9:45pm · 7:45pm · 5:45pm · 5:45pm · 3:45pm · 1:45pm
Saturday, Apr 18, 2009
9:45pm · 7:45pm · 5:45pm · 3:45pm · 1:45pm
Friday, Apr 17, 2009
9:45pm · 7:45pm · 5:45pm

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