28 Oct 21
This week, we are joined by writer-director Edgar Wright about his new film, Last Night In Soho starting Anya Taylor Joy and Thomasin McKenzie.
Eloise (Thomasin McKenzie, Jojo Rabbit) is a young woman in modern London, passionate about fashion design but feeling out of touch with her lifestyle. One night, a mysterious force somehow transports back in time to 1966, where she finds her idol-slash-muse – a blonde, beguiling pop singer named Sandy (Anya Taylor Joy, The Queen's Gambit).
Captivated by the sights and sounds of her new life, including encountering the roguish Jack (Matt Smith), Eloise is lured in, but slowly begins to realise that the past is not what it appears to be – with chilling consequences. From director Edgar Wright (Baby Driver, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World), Last Night In Soho is a mysterious psychological horror filled with stylishly suspenseful secrets.
Last Night In Soho is in cinemas now. We've also got a book-to-win competition with four special LNIS prizes to be won — you can book your tickets now or find out more here.
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