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Buckie Film Club goes wild

By Alistair Whitfield

THE final film show of this Buckie Film Club season will be Leave No Trace which will be shown on Wednesday, April 17.

This moving and thought provoking film follows a teenage girl and her father, an Iraq war veteran, who live "off grid" and undetected in a huge forest park in Oregon.


A chance encounter then leads to their removal by social services.

They try to adjust to life within the wider community but, ultimately, have to make choices about whether they will stay together or each go their own way.

Leave No Trace (12), 104mins, showing on Wednesday, April 17 at 7pm in Buckie High School library.

Admission free, all welcome. Refreshments will be served beforehand.

The film shows will start again in September with Bohemian Rhapsody, with A Star is Born, Stan and Ollie, and Oscar winning Green Book to follow.

Requests for future shows include Edie, which features Dame Sheila Hancock as an 83-year-old woman attempting to fulfil an ambition to walk up the Suilven mountain near Lochinver.

Other requests are Hampstead and Can You Ever Forgive Me?

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