Relaxed screening for young people living with autism or other neurodiversity.
Despite being caught in her imaginative world, Amelie, a young waitress, decides to help people find happiness.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s classic comic fantasy launched Audrey Tautou to stardom as the lonely waitress who finds ways to bring others the happiness (or comeuppance) they deserve and eventually finds her own happy ending. It’s an imaginative, sassy romp through a Parisian dreamworld, filmed and acted with joyous flair. “Amélie [is] a film with a golden, glowing heart… the very dictionary definition of ‘feel-good’ — its irresistible charms will dispel the heaviest clouds hanging over the head of the gloomiest misanthrope” (Empire).
This is Croydon – London Borough of Culture screening. French with English subtitles.