My Beautiful Laundrette

26/9/2016, 18:00, Greek Film Archive

An unconventional love story between a social-climbing young Pakistani and a street punk from London, and at the same time a timely political commentary about the seething England of the Thatcher years, Frears' film introduced us to the then-undiscovered talents of Daniel Day Lewis, the insightful thoughts of screenwriter Hanif Kureishi and one of the most important filmmakers in England. A landmark of the British cinema in the ‘80s. Free entrance

Director: Stephen Frears
Screenwriter: Hanif Kureishi
DoP: Oliver Stapleton
Music: Ludus Tonali
Editor: Mick Audsley
Principal Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Garry Cooper, Gordon Warnecke, Richard Graham, Saeed Jaffrey, Roshan Seth

UK | 1985 | Color | DCP | 97' | English, Urdu