May 12, 2016

High-Rise Canadian Release Dates

Soda Pictures (A Thunderbird Company) is pleased to announce the Canadian release dates and locations for Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise. Starting May 20th, audiences will have the chance to view the ground-breaking film based on the 1975 JG Ballard novel in select cinemas across Canada.

HIGH-RISE

Written and Directed by Ben Wheatley
Starring Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Sienna Miller, Luke Evans & Elisabeth Moss
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktuO1Qx0eps

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Vancouver
VIFF Vancity Theatre: May 20
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Toronto 
TIFF Bell Lightbox: May 20
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Guelph
The Bookshelf: May 20
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Montreal
Cinema du Parc: May 27
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Ottawa
ByTowne: May 27
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Calgary
Globe Cinema: May 27
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Edmonton
Metro Cinema: May 27
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Saskatoon
The Broadway Theatre: May 27
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Winnipeg
Bandwidth Theatre: May 27
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Halifax
Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane: May 27
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London
Hyland Cinema: May 27
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Waterloo
Princess Cinemas: May 27
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Kitchener
Apollo Cinema: June 17, 22, 23
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Toronto
Revue Cinema: June 24 – 29
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Regina
RPL Theatre: July 14-17
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Quebec City
Le Clap: July 8
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Victoria
Cinecenta: July 15-16
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Lethbridge
FC: August 4

Synopsis: Set in the 1970s, HIGH-RISE is the story of Robert Laing (Tom Hiddleston), a young doctor who is seduced by a residential tower block in London. The building is divided so the super-rich reside on the upper floors, the rich – including Laing – live in the middle, and the well-off live on the lower floors. With residents seduced by the insularity and glamour of its co-habitants, chaos ensues as the high-rise, and its social strata, begin to crumble. Imagine an adult Lord of the Rings cross-wired with the faulty towers in Terry Gilliam’s Brazil and an even more apocalyptic class polemic than Snowpiercer… Throw in a string quartet cover version of ABBA’s 1975 hit SOS, an orgy or two and spice with dog meat… it is a tour de force of astonishing geometrical precision and architectural ambition.

 

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