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One Life

Sir Nicholas 'Nicky' Winton, a young London broker who, in the months leading up to World War II, rescued over 600 children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia. (PG, 110 min.)
Open Caption Screening - Wednesday, April 3 @ 3:30p


Monday, April 1, 2024

5:30 PM

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

5:30 PM

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

3:30 PM 5:45 PM

Thursday, April 4, 2024

5:00 PM

Friday, April 5, 2024

5:00 PM

Saturday, April 6, 2024

2:45 PM 5:30 PM

Sunday, April 7, 2024

1:00 PM

ONE LIFE tells the incredible true story of Nicholas “Nicky” Winton, a young London broker who helps rescue hundreds of predominantly Jewish children from Czechoslovakia in a race against time before Nazi occupation closes the borders on the verge of World War II. Fifty years later, Nicky (Sir Anthony Hopkins) is haunted by the fate of those he wasn’t able to bring to safety.
[Bleecker Street]

Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Helena Bonham Carter, Johnny Flynn, Jonathan Pryce
Director: James Hawes
Genre(s): Biography, Drama, History

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"It is, unquestionably, Hopkins’s film."

— Hamish Macbain, London Evening Standard

"A remarkable World War II story told conventionally but elevated by a superb Anthony Hopkins."

— Ian Freer, Time Out

"The film does justice to this overwhelmingly moving event in British public life in a quietly affecting drama."

— Peter Bradshaw, Guardian

"The undeniably moving nature of Winton and his associates’ deeds swell the narrative with rich emotional currents."

— Sophie Monks Kaufman, indieWire

"Serves as an urgent reminder of the importance of individual action at a time when the world refugee crisis is at a scale not seen since the Second World War."

— Alissa Simon, Variety

"James Hawes directs with warmth and unfussiness, and is careful to show the wound-opening pain, as well as the pride, that the belated recognition of Winton’s achievements gave him."

— Ed Potton, Times (UK)

"Garai is especially good as the heroic Doreen, who stays on in the city long after the Nazis’ arrival, but it’s Hopkins who anchors the film’s emotional centre with his slow burn of a performance."

— Sandra Hall, Sydney Morning Herald

"The story is so inherently powerful and moving and there is so much goodness and decency at work it will set you off. Take a whole box of tissues if you want to play it safe and would rather not deploy your sleeve."

— Deborah Ross, The Spectator