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Chapel Cinema

Pressure is a 1976 British drama film and the first feature-length fiction film directed by a Black film-maker in Britain. Directed by Horace Ové, and co-written by him with Samuel Selvon, Pressure is a powerful portrait of inter-generational tensions between first- and second-generation West Indian migrants in London's Notting Hill area

Directed by Horace Ove
Starring: Herbert Norville, Oscar James, Frank Singuineau

6.45 PM / FREE

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Earlier Event: January 23
The Winter Passing & Losing Sleep
Later Event: January 27
Capital Letters