“It is a compelling, powerful, and engaging drama that demands to be seen.”~Film Threat
Aroview: Irish drama with actress Sarah Greene in a powerhouse performance playing a mother struggling to cope when the rental property she lived in with her family is sold by the landlord.
Set over a tense 36 hours, where the family, unable to find a new home, resort to begging social services for temporary accommodation. A heartbreaking film about modern homelessness, written by Rodney Doyle, whose other screenplays (THE COMMITMENTS, THE SNAPPER and THE VAN) also depict working class struggles in Dublin with unparalleled authenticity.
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3 stars (Good Enough) Heartbreaking - but realistic & relevant to NZ today. Courage of all in the face of knock-backs is moving. I wondered whether the bureaucracy could get away with this exploitation of the homeless in the absence of cell phones? Hand-held camera work.~Sandy