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User Reviews

  • Frank

    Having just re-watched 'Frank' for the 3rd time, it is, as of right now, my favorite film of 2014. I highly recommend it!

  • Two Days, One Night

    Incredibly moving film! Marion Cotillard is wonderful.

  • Frank

    For anyone in Ireland (or Europe with the spare cash for a short plane ride) the sound team from ‘Frank’ are giving a workshop specific to the film at The Fingal Film Festival. I have been volunteering with this group for 6 months so of course I’m biased, but for any filmmaker with an interest in this movie I have no doubt its going to be a great experience. http://fingalfilmfest.com/schedule-2014/workshop-saturday-27th-september/

  • Two Days, One Night

    Great movie and great performance! It tugs at heartstrings without being unduly sentimental.

  • Joe

    Excellent movie! It deals with brutality and harshness of its characters life’s in an extremely tender and compassionate manner.


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    directed by Lenny Abrahamson
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    Two Days, One Night

    directed by Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne
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    directed by John Michael McDonagh
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    directed by Hong Khaou

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