This is a dark period drama set in Snowdonia, North Wales in 1855. Gwen (Eleanor Worthington-Cox) is a teenage girl living with her mother Elen (Maxine Peake) and her younger sister Mari (Jodie Innes) on a remote farm.
Cult director Jim Jarmusch turning his hand to the zombie movie genre. Should be good. An original slant on well worn territory?
This is the big screen writing and directing debut of television writer Harry Wootliff, who despite her first name is a woman.
Watching this film is like reading a page turner of a novel in one sitting because it’s so good you can’t put it down.
Lisa (Regina Hall) is general manager of Double Whammies – name says it all – which is a roadside “sports bar with curves” in Texas.
It is really good to have a film addressing the particular concerns of a middle-aged/older woman! Julianne Moore plays 58-year-old Gloria in this re-make of Sebastian Lelio’s own 2013 film set in Chile.