Benny Safdie and Robert Pattinson in 'Good Time' (2017)
Benny Safdie and Robert Pattinson in 'Good Time' (2017)
Good Time (2017) Elara Pictures

ACMI Presents

Good Time

Benny Safdie & Josh Safdie | USA | 2017 | MA15+



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Unfortunately due to COVID-related staff shortages, ACMI has had to reduce the operating hours of our cinemas resulting in the cancellation of a number of cinema sessions. We have cancelled the Thur 13 Jan 7pm Good Time session. Affected ticketholders will be contacted and refunded directly. Please check your email or contact us if you have any questions. We apologise for the inconvenience and hope to see you again soon.


Robert Pattinson stars in the Safdie Brothers' tribute to 70s crime thrillers.

Packs a visceral charge.

David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter

Premiering in the main competition slot at 2017 Cannes Film Festival, Josh and Benny Safdie's career-defining heist thriller is a riveting and hallucinatory trip through the lower depths of New York's crime underbelly. Robert Pattinson is captivating as a shady petty criminal who lures his intellectually disabled brother (played by Benny Safdie) into a bank heist that quickly goes horribly wrong.

Driven by a pulsating 80s-inspired electronic score from Oneohtrix Point Never and the restless cinematography of Sean Price Williams, Good Time's exhilarating ride is charged by the spirit of American 70s crime cinema while coming off like a grittier take on Martin Scorsese's After Hours.

Format: DCP
Language: English
Source: Hi-Gloss Entertainment
Courtesy: Hi-Gloss Entertainment
Duration: 102 mins


102 mins



Viewers under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Contains strong violence, coarse language, drug use and a sex scene


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