Honor Swinton Byrne in 'The Souvenir Part II' (2021)
Honor Swinton Byrne in 'The Souvenir Part II' (2021)
The Souvenir Part II (2021) Protagonist

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The Souvenir Part II

Joanna Hogg | United Kingdom | | MA15+
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In the second chapter of Joanna Hogg’s semi-autobiographical masterpiece, Julie comes to terms with her grief through filmmaking.

In 1980s London, film student Julie (Honor Swinton Byrne) is picking up the pieces in the aftermath of her disastrous relationship with the enigmatic Anthony (Tom Burke). As she painfully revaluates what she understood about their life together, she throws herself into her graduation film, using it as a tool to intimately process her grief. Beautifully expanding on Julie’s personal and creative coming-of-age journey, The Souvenir Part II is an exquisite, sensational concluding chapter that also stands alone as a singular piece.

Format: DCP
Language: English
Source: Park Circus
Courtesy: Park Circus
Duration: 107 min

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Duration

107 mins

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MA15+

A strong sex scene

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