On show at cinemas is British film The More You Ignore Me. It was released in the UK in 2018 which is enjoying a cinematic release in Aotearoa this week.
It's another example in a pandemic focused world of distributors thinking outside the box of what to play for kiwi audiences.
It's an adaptation of a book by British comedian, actor and former psychiatric nurse Jo Brand, based on a book of the same name that Brand published in 2009. The film begins in the 1970s and makes it's way through the late 1980s, following the story of a child then teenager called Alice, and her mother Gina.