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“45 Years” closes out the Bama Art House's spring series

Dedrick Lee

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True love has many definitions, and in every situation a bond can be tested. “45 Years,” the final film of the Bama Art House’s spring mini-series, will deal with the themes of love and commitment.

The movie is a tale of a couple that has made it to their 45th anniversary despite all the ups and downs of a typical marriage. In the weeks leading up to the event, the wife (Charlotte Rampling) learns that her husband (Tom Courtenay) had been engaged to another woman before her.

The film is directed by Andrew Haigh, who is also known for “The Weekend” and “The Gladiator.” Both Rampling and Courtenay won Silver Bears at the Berlin International Film Festival for their performances.

This romantic drama is rated R and will play from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

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“45 Years” closes out the Bama Art House's spring series