Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird brilliantly brought to the screen by Robert Mulligan. Gregory Peck gives the best performance of his career as the country lawyer defending a black man falsely accused of a terrible crime. The story unfolds as seen through the eyes of the lawyer’s children. Spellbinding. (USA 1962)
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The FeckenOdeon Cinemas - Community Cinema at its best.
Two comfortable auditoria in two completely different styles.
FeckenOdeon 1 - Classic red plush and old fashioned showmanship twinned with the latest digital technology. The cinema has a licensed bar, uniformed usherettes and ices in the interval. Most shows have supporting short films - a real “night out at the pictures”
FeckenOdeon 2 - An intimate modern cinema, complete with bar, showing the very best in international films and marvellous movies mainstream cinemas can’t be bothered to show. All presented in state of the art HD digital with full surround sound.
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Bringing the big screen back to the countryside. Marvellous classic and contemporary movies presented in our rural picture palace in Feckenham, Worcestershire (UK).