Behind every great love is a great story
Pop Up Screens aim to bring brilliant films to cool locations. For this one head to Coram's Fields in Russell Square for a lot of lovely food, amazing popcorn and a fully stocked bar. If you’d prefer to bring your own picnic that’s ok, but it must be noted you will be missing out on burgers from the guy that supplies Harrods. For this one, get the tissues ready for the adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' bestselling novel, The Notebook. Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams draw you into a world of young, giddy love and disapproving parents, giving us the most romantic boat scene since The Little Mermaid. A ludicrously moving film, featuring war, heartache, and elderly people accepting each other for who they are. Even the stoniest hearts will get teary at “It wasn't over…it still isn't over!” "An uncomplicated, nicely shot tale that ticks all the right boxes." – Empire "A lovely surprise. Ripe with feeling and lush with physical beauty, it's a love story that swings confidently between age and youth." – Wall Street Journal Certificate: 12. Runtime: 1 hour 59 minutes. Bring stuff to keep you warm/dry in the British weather and something to sit on. Please do not bring a tent. Doors open 30 minutes before the start time. The film starts when it gets dark.
"Spotless and beatific."