At Pomegranate Theatre
Lewis Milestone's epic screen adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque’s anti-war novel stars Lew Ayres as one of a group of German teenagers who enlist for World War One after hearing a stirring speech from their professor. They soon discover that war is less about noble ideas and sacrifice than it is about pain, humiliation, suffering and death. Winner of the best picture Oscar in 1930. (129 mins)
£7.90, £5.90 concession, £5.60 child
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