Harper Lee's enduring story of racial injustice and childhood innocence, To Kill a Mockingbird, has sold 45 million copies worldwide.
Set in Maycomb, Alabama during the 1930s, Rafe Spall stars as Atticus Finch s a small-town lawyer, usually tasked with minor cases. His latest defence case involves Tom Robinson, a Black man who is accused of rape. As the trial progresses, the racial tension between community members reaches boiling point. But, rather than seeing the case through an adult’s eyes, it’s told from Scout’s point of view, Finch’s daughter. Can a community come together to understand the importance of tolerance and empathy?
★★★★★ "Utterly riveting and revelatory. Blazingly captures the zeitgeist." The Daily Telegraph
★★★★★ "All rise for a magnificent ‘Mockingbird’. A powerfully uplifting theatrical event of sheer emotion and moral force." Evening Standard
★★★★★ "‘Mockingbird’ soars anew in Sorkin’s blistering adaptation. Spellbinding." Daily Mail
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