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Eva Green gives a stunning performance in this compelling drama, which will chime with anyone who has ever had to balance a demanding career with raising children.
Sarah is a French astronaut training at the European Space Agency, and the single mother of seven-year-old Stella. Already wracked by guilt that she cannot spend more time with her daughter, their relationship is thrown into chaos when Sarah is suddenly selected for a year-long space mission called ‘Proxima'.
Running time: 2h07, including ads and trailers.
Please be aware that no-one under the age of 12 may see a 12A film in a cinema unless accompanied by an adult. Unaccompanied children may be required to show photographic I.D. (e.g. a Young Scot card) to gain entry to the cinema.
When booking tickets, please be aware the box office system is set up to automatically block off seats around each booking, keeping the appropriate distance between customers. If you're booking for a group, please make sure all the people in that group are in the same household (including extended households as defined here), and if you want to see a film with someone from your household, you'll need to book your tickets at the same time if you want to sit together. Face coverings must be worn in the cinema unless you're eating or drinking, and we're requesting that customers take their own rubbish with them at the end of the film, and put it in the bins provided. Cinemas will be thoroughly cleaned between each screening, and there is hand sanitiser available throughout the building.
From Monday 14th September, the number of people who can meet both indoors and outdoors is to be reduced to six people from the maximum of two households at any one time, up to a maximum of three households per day. It is not required to count children under 12 within the two households, within the six-person limit. Cinema rules remain the same, so please only book with your household (or extended household) and ensure it does not exceed six adults.