Previously at the ICA - Seasons

Roy Andersson, A Pigeon sat on a Branch reflecting on Existence, 2014

Roy Andersson Trilogy

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."

Multi-Buy Offer:

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)

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