regent street cinema presents
true romance screening£10 & under, activities
Written by Quentin Tarantino and directed by Tony Scott, True Romance is a fast-paced, darkly funny, violent and endlessly-quotable tale of a comic-shop clerk and his new wife on the run from some very nasty people. "It’s Tarantino’s gutter poetry that detonates True Romance. This movie is dynamite." PETE TRAVERS, ROLLING STONE "Quentin Tarantino’s dirty, funny and unpredictably violent genius powers True Romance…Shot with lurid relish, it rocks hilariously between violence and passion and has not dated one whit" - THE TIMES 18 1995 114 MINS Director: TONY SCOTT Cast: CHRISTIAN SLATER, PATRICIA ARQUETTE The Regent Street Cinema was re-opened by the University of Westminster in May 2015, reinstating one of the most historic cinemas in Britain to its former grandeur. Built in 1848 and housed within the Polytechnic Institution on London’s Regent Street, the cinema was the first in the country to show moving pictures.