Director: Oskar Santos ● Starring: Javier Gutiérrez, Raúl Rivas and Daniel Cerezo.
Special review for the David Lean Cinema by Lucy (age 7), and Tom (age almost 10).
Zip and Zap is an adventure story set in a boring summer school which becomes much less boring after a group of friends discover something secret is going on.
It is exciting, with a few scary moments, and Tom particularly liked some of the comedy bits. Lucy thinks it will be nice for children who know a few words of Spanish or would like to see their first film with subtitles.
Because of the subtitles and a couple of slightly rude words, we think it is most suitable for age 8 plus.
With one showing at 2.30pm ONLY.