Film: Ring (1998)
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Widely considered to have revitalised a flagging Japanese film industry, its influence continues to be seen in Japanese and Western horror cinema.

The story of Ring concerns a haunted video tape. Everyone who watches it dies within a week, and we follow a journalist who, after watching the tape, desperately attempts to uncover the mystery behind it before the week is up.

“Ring has indescribably disturbing moments that frightened me out of my wits.”
Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

This film is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.

Time: 20:00

Tickets: £6.60, concessions: £4.50.

Location: Jill Craigie Cinema, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University.

Enquiries: Peninsula Arts Box Office.

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