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In gloomy postwar London, buttoned-up men of dignity; bowler-hat-wearing worker bees commute in and out of the city with the solemn demeanor of churchgoers.
One of them is Williams (Bill Nighy), a dull bureaucrat and head of the Public Works Department. This simple film tells the very human story of Williams who has six months left to live and how he chooses to make his mark and get satisfaction from celebrating the ordinary while achieving a modest but much loved and celebrated goal.
Tickets are $15 per film and can be purchased at The Key City Theatre or by using the link below: