Ditchling film Society: Tonight (15 November) the Society is showing A Fantastic Woman. This film is about a loving, sensual relationship between Marina, a waitress and singer, and Orlando, an older man. Orlando collapses whilst making love to Marina with the result that she finds herself shut out of her former life by Orlando’s family. Director: Sebastian Lelio. Chile/Spanish. 2017. 100 mins. 15 Cert. The next film is on Thursday 6 December and is The Breadwinner. Adapted from a novel by Deborah Ellis this film is based on her interviews with girls and women in the refugee camps in Pakistan. The film is about a courageous 11 year old girl, Parvana, living under Taliban rule in Afghanistan in 2001. After the wrongful arrest of her father by the Taliban, unable to leave the house unchaperoned, Parvana cuts off her hair and dresses like a boy enabling her to sell meagre goods to support her family. In parallel with Parvana’s story, the film is a history of Afghanistan, told as a fable. Director: Norah Twomey. English. 2017. 127 mins. 12A Cert. Films are shown in Ditchling Village Hall and start at 8pm. Doors open at 7.30pm. On Thursday 6 December the Society is kick-starting the Christmas season with delicious mulled wine and mince pies There is ample free parking behind the hall. Guests and temporary members are welcome for the sum of £5 payable at the door.