A wonderfully heart-warming and funny British film for all ages, in the tradition of 'Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' and 'The King’s Speech', 'Song For Marion' tells the story of how music can inspire.
Terence Stamp delivers a poignant performance, as Arthur, a grumpy pensioner who begrudgingly joins his wife, Marion’s (Vanessa Redgrave) unconventional local choir. Gemma Arterton also stars as choir director Elizabeth, who sees something special in the reluctant Arthur and refuses to give up on him.
Song for Marion is in UK cinemas from 22 February, but you can see it first and for free! HuffPostUK is pleased to give readers the chance to catch a preview screening in your area.
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