Keeping Rosy

In this London-set psychological thriller, Maxine Peake plays Charlotte, an ambitious workaholic whose life unravels after she is turned down for promotion at the media agency she helped to build. Crushing rejection followed by a freak accident throws her meticulously organised life into disarray, and drags her into a nightmare that is soon spiralling out of control.

Recalling the dark wit and tension of Hitchcock, and powered by a central performance of real spirit and pathos from Peake, KEEPING ROSY is as humane and heartfelt as it is stylish and unpredictable. A truly engrossing British thriller.

There is a trailer here:

The film starts at 6:30 - meet in the bar at 6:00 beforehand. Meet in the Dorset Arms afterwards to debrief/critique/chat.

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  • Meg M.

    I also thought it was very good, and was surprised that it got fairly tepid reviews.

    1 · July 16

    • Chris D.

      I was surprised too, but I agree with the comments about it being more like a TV drama than a big screen thriller.

      3 · July 17

  • Nicki C.

    What a joy! One of the best films I've seen for a while. Surprisingly humorous in places amidst the tension, evoking both laughter and audible gasps from the audience. Would highly recommend!

    2 · July 16

  • Jackie

    Tense thriller. It's been a while since I've been on the edge of my seat.

    1 · July 16

  • Chris D.

    Set in a strangely stark looking London Docklands, this movie was stylishly shot with outstanding acting from Maxine Peake. Despite it's slightly implausible plot line, it was suitably tense with more than its fair share of unexpected twists and turns to keep me hooked.

    2 · July 15

  • Stella K.

    Not what I was expecting but it kept my attention all way through in a nightmare scenario..could have been a Ben Wheatley film!

    2 · July 15

  • Shahazhan

    Work run late can't make it s

    July 15

  • Karen J.

    Good one see you there

    1 · July 8

  • Joanne F.

    This looks really good. Thanks for the heads up Roxy.

    July 8

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