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Release dates and cinemas have been confirmed for the Australian theatrical release of Closer's feature, 52 TUESDAYS.


The film will be in limited release in 10 cinemas across the country from May 1st, expanding to more cinemas from May 15th.


To get cinema details and dates of special Q&A preview screenings also scheduled, go to the WHERE TO WATCH page for up-to-date information.



TILDA COBHAM-HERVEY kept a diary (of sorts) during the year of filming of 52 TUESDAYS and we're lucky enough that she's agreed to share some of it. Here's a small entry twenty-six weeks into filming.


We are halfway in and I have had days where I’m not sure if I’m up for putting myself out there every week. I get sick of feeling vulnerable. But then you get to rehearsal and you get to Tuesday and you see everyone and you laugh and you eat and you create and you remember how amazing it is that we are all working to make something together. I turn up and I meet my other family, 52 has become like a parallel universe running along side my own life and I have the amazing opportunity to be able to go between the two. We are halfway in... 6 months, 26 weeks, 182 days, 4 382.9 hours and far too many minutes and the one thing that I know is that I’m incredibly lucky to be a part of this.“ 


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