Red Road

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Lisa

I cannot fathom the review below stating this film is superficial - I cannot agree. This is a portrait of a woman whose loss takes her into a world of danger, lies and reconciliation. The entire cast is flawless with Dickie leading the way. If you have a hard time with the accents I would ...Read more

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Jennifer

I really enjoyed this film and especially the performance by Kate Dickie. Really good film. It doesn't hurt that I love Glasgow and its people :)

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Edward

This film didn't come together. It was uneven and not much depth in the characterization. Superficial storyline.

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Dayna

Surprising movie..very well acted..the accents of the people were quite thick but very authentic. I think this area of Glaslow has gone through a lot of change. I liked it a lot..I have no idea about the bands and the movie was not overly burdened with background music..worth watching.

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