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Wednesday 27 January

10:00am, 2:30pm, 5:00pm, 7:30pm

Directed by Nicholas Vanier

French, Norwegian, Swedish/subtitles



113 mins

The story of a father and his video-addicted son who are obliged to spend the summer together, although the teenage son has grave reservations about the idea. The boy has been sent by his mother to stay with his father in the beautiful, yet secluded, wetlands of the Camargue region in Southern France. The father is a visionary scientist who studies migrating geese and together they come up with a plan to save an endangered species of geese. With no Wi-Fi and only his ornithologist father for company, the son is slowly drawn into his father’s passion for a gaggle of newborn, wild geese. 

The film gently echoes the broader international rise of young activists debating the future of a planet they are about to inherit. The film is based on a true story and is told through stunning cinematography.  It is brimming with amazing scenes, glorious music.

This wonderful journey, in the air, in the company of geese, above the landscapes of Northern Europe, will be unanimous.” – La Croix

Feel-good film-making… – Hagan Osborne, Filmlink

The geese first waddle about as cute goslings before taking flight in some stunningly beautiful aerial sequences that take up much of the film’s second half – Rotten Tomatoes