The film tells a story about Skunk is a diabetic beautiful girl has a breezy life with her dad and her older brother. After witnessing a terrible violence by chance between two of her neighbours, the world changes absolutely.
Keywords: #BBC Films #Bill Kenwright Films #Broken (2012) #Charlie Booty #Cuba Pictures #Lily James #Rufus Norris #Tim Roth
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July 18, 2013 While the third-act meltdown badly damages the movie, it doesn't erase the assured, preternatural confidence that first-time director Rufus Norris demonstrates before the material finally overwhelms him.Read in Source
July 19, 2013 Broken simply can't get it together on any level, delivering a tedious drama, that for all the characters and over-emoting, doesn't have much to say.Read in Source
July 19, 2013 Although there are some light moments and traces of dark humor, Broken's overall aura is one of dread.Read in Source
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July 18, 2013 "Broken'' embraces the sort of unappealing British miserabilism perfected by "Ratcatcher" director Lynne Ramsay.Read in Source
July 19, 2013 A startlingly natural performance by Ms. Laurence, along with her superb supporting cast under the mostly spot-on direction by Norris, help make all the Sturm und Drang that occurs within 'Broken' extremely palatable.Read in Source
July 19, 2013 An absorbing coming-of-age drama that suddenly, pointlessly self-destructs with an onslaught of cheap ironies and overkill.Read in Source
July 19, 2013 The comic and tragic elements are nicely balanced, and the three families' stories neatly and economically knit together.Read in Source
July 19, 2013 [It] drives its plot via an interesting and unusual character: the female victim who's actually a wholesale liar.Read in Source
July 19, 2013 If not for Laurence's bemused, slowly comprehending take on all the drama around her, "Broken" would seem to wallow in misery.Read in Source
November 25, 2013 Shot with a lovely warm hue by Rob Hardy, Broken has enough great moments to make it worthwhile. Yet, the naggingly problematic final sequences leave a bitter taste. Do they undo a solid first hour? That's up to the individual viewer.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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