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Dark River

After her father dies, a young woman returns to her Yorkshire village for the first time in 15 years to claim the family farm she believes is hers.
Duration: 90 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2017
IMDb: 5.8
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March 01, 2018 On the whole, despite not being able to tick all the boxes, Dark River still manages to be intriguing, deeply engaging and fantastically well acted.
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April 02, 2018 If it feels overly familiar in the light of its aforementioned contemporaries, it's still a beautifully made and acted film and Barnard manages to pull off the tricksy resolution without it feeling contrived.
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Irish Times
March 13, 2018 An impressive murder ballad.
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AV Club
September 14, 2017 This is a kitchen-sink drag.
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Movie Nation
June 06, 2018 A quiet, intense and very visual farm drama built on the expressive eyes of Ruth Wilson and the subtle body language of Mark Stanley.
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September 11, 2017 There's scarcely room here for improvement at the level of craft or performance; in particular, it's gratifying to see leading lady Ruth Wilson headlining a big-screen vehicle worthy of her flinty brilliance.
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Irish Independent
March 25, 2018 Clio Barnard's film is full of weather and brooding atmosphere, and Wilson is superb as the nervy but resourceful Alice. But Dark River loses its way somewhat in a jarringly melodramatic climax.
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Hollywood Reporter
September 12, 2017 A moving, North of England-set portrait of marginalized working-class cultures and the resilience of damaged children.
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Seattle Times
June 06, 2018 Dark fare indeed, and you won't shake it off easily.
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Globe and Mail
September 11, 2017 The rugged emotional territory (and the Yorkshire accents) prove heavy-going in an uncompromising film that elicits a lot more admiration than enjoyment.
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RTÉ (Ireland)
March 21, 2018 [Clio] Barnard is a director who deserves her place on your watch list; it would be cinema's loss if she didn't reunite with her Dark River stars in the future - they bring out the best in each other during the worst of times.
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Shadows on the Wall
April 02, 2018 Barnard has made a rare film that's harsh without being off-putting. Watching these people struggle against themselves and each other is compelling.
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