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Scotland on Film: Tommy’s Honour (PG)

Date: 30th Nov 2017

Location: Venue 1

Time: 14:30

Saltire Festival: 30 November – 3 December 2017

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Director: Jason Connery

Cast: Peter Mullan, Jack Lowden, Sam Neill, Ophelia Lovibond, Peter Ferdinando.

Directed by Jason Connery (The Philly Kid), Tommy's Honour is based on the powerfully moving true story of the fractious relationship between “Old” Tom (Peter Mullan) and “Young” Tommy Morris (Jack Lowden), the Scottish father-son team who ushered in the modern game of golf. At first matching his father’s success, Tommy’s talent and fame grew quickly to outshine his father’s, but his personal choices would ultimately drive a wedge between them (no pun intended). With a supporting cast featuring Ophelia Lovibond, Sam Neill and Peter Ferdinando, Connery's film is an impressively presented historical drama of real resonance.

UK/USA 2016 / 1h52m / PG – Contains mild bad language, sex references, distressing scenes.

The Saltire Festival is an annual celebration of St. Andrew’s Day, bringing together the very best of Scotland in the Home of the Flag. The Festival takes place throughout East Lothian, taking in the stunning beaches, rolling countryside and pristine towns and villages of East Lothian. Selected events are listed here, for more details about the rest of the Festival visit saltirefestival.com.

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Cost: £7.50 (£6.50)

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