Join us for Hungarian director Attila Till’s thrilling probe into the lives of protagonists living on the edge of society and the longing of things taken for granted by non-disabled people.
Zoli and Barba are inseparable friends and outcasts. Both physically disabled, they live in a rehabilitation centre where life seems to be not going anywhere. Driven by a fear of becoming useless, they offer to assist a mysterious wheelchair-using ex-con with his work. That work, however, is murder.
Driven by a blurring of reality and fantasy, Kills on Wheels progresses as both a thrilling action-comedy about a wheelchair-using assassin gang, and an inventive coming-of-age tale of friendship, loyalty and retribution.
Dir. Attila Till • 2016 • Hungary • 102 mins • Cert 15 • Hungarian with English subtitles
Our venue is wheelchair-friendly, with step-free access, an accessible toilet and space for several wheelchairs within our auditorium. Please contact us in advance to reserve a space. Plus, carers go free - tickets available on the door only.