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The infamous 1975 rock musical film directed by Ken Russell, based on The Who's groundbreaking 1969 rock opera album of the same name returns! The film stars Roger Daltrey as Tommy Walker, a young boy who becomes deaf, dumb, and blind after witnessing a traumatic event. Despite this, Tommy discovers an extraordinary talent for pinball and becomes a sensation. His journey takes him from being a cult figure to a religious leader, sparking a fanatical following.
Featuring an all-star cast, including Ann-Margret, Oliver Reed, Elton John, and Tina Turner, who deliver powerful performances and memorable musical numbers. The landmark film is known for its psychedelic and surreal visual style, often incorporating bizarre and extravagant sequences to convey Tommy's inner world.
Restored in sparkling 4K with the epic songs recorded for playback on a Quintaphonic Sound system, Ken Russell's tour-de-force cinematic imagining of The Who's groundbreaking album looks and sounds better than ever. Featuring classic songs like "Pinball Wizard" and "See Me, Feel Me." It remains a cult classic and a significant entry in the rock musical genre, capturing the essence of the 1970s music and counterculture scene.
WINNER – Best Actress, Golden Globes 1976
NOMINEE – Best Actress, Best Music, Academy Awards 1976,
NOMINEE – Best Motion Picture, Best Acting Debut in a Motion Picture, Golden Globes 1976
"Ken Russell's audacious direction and the electric performances of the cast make 'Tommy' a rock opera spectacle like no other."
Wednesday 1st November
Eric Clapton, Roger Daltrey, Ann-Margret ., Oliver Reed, Tina Turner, Elton John