Institute of Contemporary Arts

The Devil Outside, Dir. Andrew Hulme, UK, 2018, 102 mins, English
Four years after his critically-acclaimed debut feature Snow in Paradise, writer/director Andrew Hulme returns with a disquieting examination of faith, repression and madness.
 
Robert is an introverted, solitary teenager whose innocence has been strictly maintained by his home-schooling evangelical Christian parents. When Robert begins high school in their quiet British mining town, he is suddenly exposed to science, sex and secularism.
 
A tense, foreboding film inspired by the director’s own experience of growing up in a devoutly Christian household, The Devil Outside is an emotionally full-blooded coming of age story.
Book tickets
8:55 PM
Fri, 25 January
Cinema 1

£12 full, £11 concs.

All films are ad-free and 18+ unless otherwise stated.

Red Membership includes free access to all programmes for £16.66 / month.

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Andrew Hulme.

The Devil Outside screens in the ICA Cinema from Saturday 26 December.