Duration 125 + 103 mins
First film starts approximately 21.00, Wild at Heart shown first
This hair raising double-bill brings together a pair of films that don’t know when to stop, linked by their formidable soundtracks, vivid and violent imagery, wild and unpredictable plots, deep and unexpected reserves of romance plus two fully committed and fearless performances from Cage.
David Lynch’s 1990 Wild at Heart teams Cage with Laura Dern for an archetypal young lovers on the run road movie that veers into darker territory. It’s a Lynchian nightmare featuring snakeskin jackets, Elvis and a literal fairy godmother.
Cage goes further than ever in Mandy, a hallucinogenic, supernatural revenge epic that pits the power of love against demonic and diabolical evil, resulting in sights, sounds and sensations so extreme that only Somerset House can contain them.
If you want something different from your night out at the movies, make a date with Nicolas Cage.