The Age Of Stupid (12A)

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Reviewer Pat56
25/03/2009
This has to be one of the most important films ever made, and for it to have been made on a fraction of the budget and carbon footprint of most other films of a similar cinematic quality is triumph.

Although slow on the uptake, thank goodness Nottingham viewers at last have the opportunity to take all our friends and family, and every one for whom we hope there will be a future worth living, to see this film. The Age of Stupid opens at Nottingham's Broadway Cinema on April 24th.

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Reviewer Anonymous
23/03/2009
A very harrowing depiction of the future!
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