Adapted from Angela Carter’s short story, and introduced by Angela Lansbury as ‘Granny’, The Company of Wolves offers a lesson for the young, red- hooded Rosaleen and for viewers alike - never trust a man with one eyebrow. Widely regarded as a classic fantasy film, Jordan isn't afraid to explore the dark, sexual side of the fairy tale.

"Absolutely jam- packed with the kind of symbols that delight Freudian analysts of culture, particularly of folk tales." - Vincent Canby - New York Times

Neil Jordan
Location: The Maltings Theatre & Cinema
UK / 1984 / 95 min / Cert. 18

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