|  Book Tickets: 23/08/2011
  |  Buy to Own: 21/09/2005
  |  Watch Now: 06/11/2008
  |  88 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC


In a story weaving the past and present together, Oscar-winning actor Sir Ian McKellen stars as Emile, an ageing man who is given the opportunity to travel from England to Victoria on Canada's West coast to receive an honorary degree at the university. He goes knowing that it might be his last chance to reconnect with his only living relatives. His niece Nadia (Deborah Kara Unger) and her daughter Maria (Theo Crane) hold the key to Emile's tragic past and the guilt which has haunted him his entire life. But Emile's past is sometimes more familiar and immediate than the world before his eyes. As he tries to re-discover the family that he abandoned long ago, he is forced to confront the anxieties in his memories - the family he betrayed and abandoned at the expense of his own happiness. Now, in the twilight of his life, Emile shapes the final chapters of his mental autobiography. Will he become a grandfather, surrounded by the love and support of a family or will he retreat into his world of memories and lost opportunities?

Contains strong language and suicide
For more detailed insight, tap here