God's Own Country

Samuel Goldwyn Films
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An excellent movie really enjoyed it!

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Excellent movie. I enjoyed it a lot.

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God love Gemma Jones.

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This is one of the best movies I've seen in years. I suppose comparisons to Brokeback Mountain are inevitable, but I think this movie is much better made.

The storytelling is highly visual, multilayered, and perfectly timed. The characters all affect each other in interesting ways, ...Read more

Daniel avatar

I agree completely with every word. Brokeback Mountain should have been this movie.

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I'm excited to see what Francis Lee does next. I think this is his first feature, and he's already outdone Ang Lee.

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A wonderful love story that is acted so well that you feel like the actors are really in love with each other. Raw emotions and intimate moments paired with long camera shots that doesn't rush the audience, but rather gives you a chance to sit with the deep feelings playing out in front of ...Read more

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Julian Kirk

Wow...a warm and touching story, love always wins.

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Subtle writing, lovely story that unwinds and surprises, wonderful acting. A director to watch!

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Very touching; very moving.

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