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New trailer for Like Father, Like Son

Arrow Films debut a UK trailer for Hirokazu Kore-eda’s latest, ahead of the London Film Festival…

As we all cross our fingers for Kore-eda‘s film Like Father, Like Son, in Competition at the LFF, Arrow have just put out this new trailer. The film will be screened at 3pm the Odeon West End on Saturday 12 October and Monday 14 October, with an additional screening at the Curzon Renoir at 6:10pm on Tuesday 15 October. See the BFI site for more information on screenings (tickets still available!)

Festival goers are in for a very special treat, though, as the London Film Festival will also welcome Kore-eda himself to the BFI Southbank, NFT1, at 6:15 on 12 October for a very special screentalk, presented by Jasper Sharp.

Like Father, Like Son is released in UK cinemas by Arrow Films on 18 October 2013.

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