Thursday 5th May, 2.00pm
Frank Capra’s classic comedy casts a young James Stewart as the idealistic and naive Jefferson Smith, a country politician newly appointed to the US Senate. When he comes face-to-face with the reality of widespread corruption and cynicism in Washington politics, he becomes determined to hang on to his principles.
“Not merely a brilliant jest, but a stirring and even inspiring testament to liberty and freedom..and to the innate dignity of just the average man.”
The New York Times, 1939
Screening in conjunction with access>CINEMA’s May Film Tour happening during the Bealtaine Festival
Admission: Free but advance booking essential.
Booking: 074 91 29186