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A tender and inspiring portrait of Thérèse Clerc, one of France’s fiercest activists during the last months of her life. Thérèse evolved from a subdued French housewife in the 50s to a feminist activist who fought for abortion and gay rights. Her four children all claim to have had ‘a different mother’, depending on what phase Thérèse was experiencing at the time. Confronted by the final stages of terminal illness she asks us to witness that which is so rarely talked about: ageing and death. The film will be screened alongside the UK premiere of the touching documentary short Alzheimer’s: A Love Story.
|Mon 7 Nov 2016||19:00 to 00:00|
|Wed 16 Nov 2016||17:30 to 00:00|
SE 297338 53.80038 -1.54971
By Road: From all directions head into Leeds city centre, upon arrival at the city follow signs for the city loop road (the one way system around the city centre). The Town Hall is found at junction 3 of the loop, and parking is found in nearby streets and The Light car park.
By Public Transport: From Leeds City Station, exit the station by the Queens hotel. Cross the road to the Park Plaza hotel and head straight up Park Row. Turn left at the crossroads at the junction with The Headrow, the Town Hall is found at the next crossroads. If travelling by bus, from Leeds Bus Station walk up New York Street to Kirkgate Market. Turn right into Vicar Lane and then at the crossroads, turn left to The Headrow. Walk for approximately five minutes and you will arrive outside the Town Hall
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