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Set in Glasgow, this musical drama follows Rose, a spirited and slightly frenzied young woman recently out of prison. Although returning to the responsibilities and pressures of being a single mother to two children, she cannot shake her dream of becoming a country singer in Nashville. Persuaded by her mother to get a paying job, she is hired to clean the home of a middle-class family, where she forms an unlikely friendship with her boss Susannah, who is bowled over by Rose's raw talent and encourages her to pursue a career in music. With a terrific performance from Jessie Buckley, this is an entertaining and heartfelt film that notably highlights working-class families, unconventional motherhood and the role of music in self-discovery.
The magic and innocence of childhood is captured in this drama which follows the adventures of six-year-old Moonee across a single summer.
14+ years 111 mins
A thought-provoking British drama set in Newcastle about a 59-year-old man and a single mother struggling to with the government’s benefit system.
16+ years 100 mins
A renowned musician falls in love with a young singer-songwriter and helps her to find fame as addiction takes its toll on his own life.
14+ years 136 mins
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Our curation team round-up the best films of the year for young audiences, each selecting a choice for each age-group - perfect for end of term viewing.
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Popular children's book series Princess Emmy makes its way to the big screen whilst Wonder Park leads this week's DVD Releases
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Reporter Eli attended a special Q&A screening of 'Wild Rose' with Reclaim the Frame - a project that celebrates and promotes films with a female point of view.
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