Drama • NR • 2011 • 1 hr 33 min
I love a good miserable film sometimes. I found it really hard going. The kind of thing I appreciate but have zero desire to ever see again.
Some crazy acting and character choices. Such a bizarre tone but weirdly mesmerizing and so unique it’s worth seeing.
A very real and honest work of art. Phenomenal acting on all ends.
Dark and disturbing, you won’t forget this film in a hurry.
Really hard to watch but worth it for the incredible performances by Olivia Colman, Peter Mullen and Eddie Marsan.
Incredible performances and great characters across the board, but it's a relentlessly bleak and heavy film
A difficult but important watch exploring human nature in a very British way.
A dark British realistic film that isn’t mentioned enough. The two characters that it follows are different but you enjoy their chemistry
Doesn't shy away from the darkness, and it hurts to watch sometimes. One of the most unflinchingly REAL films I've ever seen.
Olivia Colman is so great in this film.
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