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The life of a young courageous soldier, who has separated from his team during the riots in the streets of Belfast, has been turned upside down, as he has to survive in such a hard circumstances, the thing that threatens his life, so he does his best, in order to survive and returning to his team safely.
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Little White Lies
March 17, 2016 An impressive debut feature buoyed by a captivating central turn.
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Seattle Weekly
November 12, 2015 '71 doesn't pretend that better times are near (Bloody Sunday is just a year ahead), though it does finally proffer a few shreds of humanity against a future we know will be terribly bleak.
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Detroit News
March 13, 2015 The film doesn't take sides, but shows how conflict stirs the pot of human emotions and how quickly things can get out of control. And it shows that in war, no one is right.
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San Francisco Chronicle
March 12, 2015 If you are in the mood for a confusing and thoroughly depressing immersion into Irish history, you can't do better. But that would be a very odd mood to be in.
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Chicago Tribune
March 12, 2015 The movie excites, but intelligently, without stoking blood lust or Old Testament revenge impulses.
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SF Weekly
January 01, 2016 He's a passive hero, mostly getting buffeted along by events and people beyond his control. But '71 is no less of a deadly game of cat and mouse for that, focusing more on the other players in this very bad night.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
March 13, 2015 Demange's feature debut miraculously distills the often Byzantine nature of the power politics behind The Troubles in a deeply intimate chamber piece about a single day in the life of a British soldier.
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The Atlantic
October 14, 2015 '71 makes so much effort to be suspenseful that it doesn't have much time to get into nuance.
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Globe and Mail
March 13, 2015 People died, but it's more than the bombs, bullets and bodies. The more fascinating damage was done to psyches and souls, and Demange, with '71, comes for yours.
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Epoch Times
May 25, 2016 Demange crafts a tight, tense, white-knuckle night of the soul. He certainly proves he can stage a riot.
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Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...