Charade at Hoylake Comminuty Cinema

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor
Charade - Hoylake Community Cinema

Charade at Hoylake Community Cinema, 29 September 2017 Tickets from £5.00 — Book now

A Hitchcock-homage that swaps suspense and psychosexual menace for delightful-chic and feather-light thrills in 1960s Paris; Stanley Donen’s Charade features Cary Grant alongside Audrey Hepburn in a well-oiled plot full of playful mystique, double and triple-crossings and some lost WWII gold. The stars shine as they should, with Grant’s tack-sharp delivery matched by Hepburn’s impeccably-outfitted dynamo. This is fast, fizzy stuff that’ll enthral anybody remotely susceptible to classic Hollywood glamour.

Scalarama is a celebration of cinema, for everyone, by everyone, everywhere, taking place every September. Hoylake Community Cinema presents Charade as part of this year’s iteration.

Charade at Hoylake Community Cinema, 29 September 2017 Tickets from £5.00 Book now

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