+ intro and discussion
Set in London – but mostly filmed in West Germany – at the end of the 1960s, Deep End explores the space between fantasy and reality, as teenage swimming pool attendant Mike (Moulder-Brown) finds himself drawn to his more worldly-wise colleague Susan (Asher). Jerzy Skolimowski’s coming of age story has a strong sense of time and place and a shock ending.
The post screening discussion will be hosted by film and culture writer and Autism Through Cinema Podcast
co-host Lillian Crawford.
Director: Jerzy Skolimowski
Presented by: Maran-Film, Kettledrum Productions
Produced by: Helmut Jedele
Written by: Jerzy Skolimowski, J. Gruza, B. Sulik
Director of Photography: Charly Steinberger
Edited by: Barrie Vince
Music by: Cat Stevens, The Can
Jane Asher (Susan)
John Moulder-Brown (Mike)
Karl-Michael Vogler (teacher)
Chris Sandford (fiancée)
Diana Dors (lady client)
In cultural partnership with
9 Mar-27 Apr kinoteka.org.uk
We welcome your feedback on this screening. Relaxedscreeningsfeedback@bfi.org.uk
BFI Southbank has been awarded the National Autistic Society’s Autism Friendly Award.
The next relaxed screenings are:
A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX
+ intro and discussion
Monday 22 May 2023 18:25 NFT3
CHILDREN’S TELEVISION CLASSICS
Sunday 11 June 2023 11:15 Blue Room
Find out more at www.whatson.bfi.org.uk and bfi.org.uk/relaxed
Relaxed screenings are presented each month for
those in the neurodiverse community, their assistants and carers.
• Customers can select their seats when they arrive in the auditorium. You may sit with your family/friendship group or there are some single seats if you prefer.
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• You are welcome to take refreshments into the auditorium but no hot food please.
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• No trailers will be shown.
• The programme will be introduced.
• Our house lights will remain on a low level throughout the screening, and the volume will be turned slightly down.
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• There will be a quiet space to use if you need to leave the auditorium.
• We understand you may make some noise.
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