The Rabbit Hole - film about a couple who lose their child

(9 Posts)
JustineMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 13-Jan-11 19:02:45

Hi all,
Over the next couple of weeks, we'll be doing a Mumsnet preview and review of a movie called The Rabbit Hole which stars Nicole Kidman, and is about a couple who lose their child.

We wanted to assure you, particularly in the light of the Eastenders storyline, that according to all the critics and JenniferMumsnet, who saw it last week - it's a moving, sensitively handled portrayal of grief. And obviously we really hope they're right.

We quite understand if not, but If anyone on this forum would like to go to one of the previews, do let us know and we'll make sure you get first dibs on tickets.


HelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 14-Jan-11 10:23:09

bump for morning peeps

I wish to go to this, where will it be shown?

I would also like to write a review of it for everyone too if this is possible?

Hope this is the right place to reply for tickets

HelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Sat 15-Jan-11 09:44:53

Hi InnocentRedhead: all the details about the screenings will be released on the site next week - but we've noted your interest already wink

deemented Sat 15-Jan-11 09:47:33

And me - i'd be interested if there was a showing in Swansea.

As an aside, i thought i saw this thread t'other day and when i came back to comment on it, i couldn't find it at all, and convinced myself i'd dreamt it all...

travellingwilbury Mon 17-Jan-11 10:48:38

I would be interested too , haven't heard of the film , off to google now .

sh77 Mon 17-Jan-11 16:45:23

Yes please. I would like to preview. Lost my daughter after her birth. I have been looking for a film for ages that deals with the death of a child and grief. I am based in Central London.

sh77 Mon 17-Jan-11 16:52:34

Oh I just realised that the email ad that is registered for MN has expired. How will I find out if I was lucky enough to get a ticket? smile.

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 18-Jan-11 11:22:00

The thread where you can apply for tickets is here. Ann

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