Zoë is a single mother who lives with her four children in Dartford. She is poor and can't afford to buy food. One day her old flame drives by and asks her to go on a date with him. Scared that he doesn't want to go out with her, she lies and tells him that she is just babysitting the kids. This will be her first date in years.
- Stars:Natalie Press, Danny Dyer, Jodie Mitchell, Molly Griffiths, Kaitlyn Raynor, Danny Daley, Lizzie Colbert, Ashley Routledge, Tabitha Crewe,
- Director:Andrea Arnold,
- Writer:Andrea Arnold
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(es) wrote: Not really sure how i feel about this movie. The acting was not especially great and the plot was at times unclear. It had the normal suspense of any movie of its kind with no real climax. But as you get to the end of the movie it became surprising interesting and really begin to understand the hidden message. At the very end i was left unsure and i have to admit i had to watch the last 20 mins over again to really understand what the movie was all about. Normally i do not like a movie where that happens but in this case i really appreciated what the director did. You had to really think and draw a conclusion for yourself. all and all i thought it was a very smart and well written/directed thriller. i would recommend it to those who like deep hidden meaning flicks.
(ag) wrote: i thought it was a pretty good movie
(gb) wrote: It was an awesome movie. At first I was a little worried but my brother told me that the writers of doctor who wrote this I watched it ASAP.
(jp) wrote: cool moves on the dirt and surf board!
(us) wrote: A fun fantasy action flick with stand-out performances from Depp & Rush, backed up by stunning sets, costumes & production value in general. Cardboard storyline of Bloom & Knightley can be overlooked - shame about the sequels (reminiscent of the Matrix trilogy in that respect)
(ru) wrote: Mediocre at best. John Cusack is right at the top of my personal A list and his fans deserve better. He's not desperate for roles or money, so why take lame stuff like this? I don't get it. Still, it had its merits, although very few and far between. Extra half star just for being a Cusack film.