Previously at the ICA - Seasons
2 May 2015
Back-to-back screenings of all three films in Roy Andersson's critically acclaimed, beautifully absurd trilogy.
Including You, the Living (2007), Songs from the Second Floor (2000) and his most recent work, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (2014), the tragicomic trilogy forms a multi-layered reflection on the wonderful strangeness of being human.
As Andersson says, he strives to give voice to "the small human being … [who] symbolises all of us. I’m trying to show what it’s like to be human and to be alive."
See all three instalments of Swedish auteur Roy Andersson's triology on what it means to be human.
When you attend all three films, buy tickets for:
Full price: £27 (£9 each)
Concessions: £21 (£7 each)
ICA Members: £18 (£6 each)