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God's Own Country (Seule la terre)
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God's Own Country (Seule la terre)

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In Yorkshire, Johnny lives on the family farm with his father, Martin and grandmother, Deirdre. Due to his father having suffered from a stroke, and his grandmother’s age, much of the day-to-day running of the farm falls to Johnny. In his social time, Johnny engages in binge drinking and furtive sexual encounters with other men. Returning late to the farm after such an encounter, he is berated by his father after a calf dies from a breech birth in his absence...
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December 26, 2017

Although it doesn't tread far from a typical romantic narrative arc, it remains a touching and poetic depiction of what it means to be a gay man in an isolated community.
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December 24, 2017

Because the movie is less about can they stay together and more about the personal growth from deadbeat to responsibility on the part of the son by letting love in, God's Own Country works magnificently
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December 20, 2017

This debut feature from Yorkshire-born actor and first-time director Francis Lee shows the British countryside as a lonely and unforgiving place; his camera unflinching as it captures the graphic realities of livestock farming.
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December 28, 2017

Earnest, honest, accurate, and unrelenting, this is the true romance of the countryside, dung-splattered boots and all.
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November 09, 2017

This is not a movie about coming out and the collateral damage that ensues. It's a universal tale about giving yourself over to love, even when you seem hopelessly broken.
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December 29, 2017

The movie is less about sexual awakening than Gheorghe's civilizing influence on Johnny. But it's also sometimes hot and violent, in a good way.
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Toronto Star
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November 03, 2017

Combining gritty realism with poignancy, the result is a film that is exceptionally moving.
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Boston Globe
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November 15, 2017

But O'Connor and Secareanu give such aching performances that their romance feels real.
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December 27, 2017

The result is a remarkable debut from a director who clearly excels in close studies of human fragility.
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Washington Post
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November 09, 2017

The film by writer-director Francis Lee, who grew up on a Yorkshire farm before turning to acting - and, later, filmmaking - is sweet, even if Johnny is not.
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November 03, 2017

This enigmatic little film says it all in razor-sharp closeups and minimal words
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Houston Chronicle
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November 29, 2017

Director/writer Francis Lee's electrifying feature debut is a working-class, fun-house mirror version of "Call Me By Your Name's" upper-class pretensions and is equally, if not more, rewarding because of it.
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