Director: Thomas Clay
Cast includes: Maxine Peake, Charles Dance
Includes hard of hearing subtitled screening on saturday 24 july, 8pm and Introduction from Black Huts Festival producer, and founder of Etruscan Books, Nicholas Johnson
113 Mins / 2020 / UK / Germany

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Set on an isolated farm in Shropshire in 1657. The story of Fanny Lye, (Maxine Peake) a woman who learns to transcend her oppressive marriage and discover a new world of possibility - albeit at great personal cost. Living a life of Puritan stricture with husband John (Charles Dance) and young son Arthur, Fanny Lye's world is shaken to its core by the unexpected arrival of two strangers in need, a young couple closely pursued by a ruthless sheriff and his deputy.

"While Maxine Peake shines in the lead role of a downtrodden woman finding her own voice, all aspects of Thomas Clay’s gritty, immersive historical drama blaze with visceral authenticity" - Empire

Please note: On Saturday 24 July, 8pm the screening will be subtitled for people who are hard of hearing. Find out more about accessibility at the Electric Palace.

Saturday evening's screening will also feature a guest introduction from Black Huts Festival producer and founder of Etruscan Books, Electric Palace volunteer, Nicholas Johnson

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