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Cruella

Craig Gillespie

The following screenings will be captioned for d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing customers: Sun 13 June, 13:30 and Thu 17 June, 21:00.

I, Tonya director Craig Gillespie steps behind the camera for Cruella, the latest modern revamp of one of Disney’s most beloved villains, bringing much of that film’s zingy style with him. While the animated and live-action Glenn Close iterations are both iconic in their own way, this new film explores the origins of everyone’s favourite foul fashionista with the always-charismatic Emma Stone stepping into Cruella’s formidable high heels.

“…exuberant, anarchic, dazzlingly chic”

Set amongst the punk explosion of 1970s London, Stone plays Estella, a young grifter with an eye for fashion, whose designs catch the eye of the haughty, vampy fashion legend Baroness von Hellman, played with devilish relish by Emma Thompson. The relationship between the two women will risk Estella embracing her wicked side as she becomes the exuberant, anarchic, dazzlingly chic Cruella; think The Devil Wears Prada but with a future Disney villain in the Anne Hathaway role. 

As you’d hope for a film set in a Disney-fied version of ‘70s London’s fashion world, the costumes by Oscar-winner Jenny Beavan (Mad Max: Fury Road) are show-stopping; from the ruthless Baroness’ glam, elegant gowns to Cruella’s Vivienne Westwood-esque explosions of fabric. Throw in some eye-catching production design by The Favourite’s Fiona Crombie, and this is a film which is dripping with style, bursting with energy and is, above all, fiendishly good fun. 


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