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Wild Rose (2019)


Fresh out of prison, a Scottish woman juggles her job and two children while pursuing her dream of becoming a country music star. She soon gets her chance when she travels to Nashville, Tenn., on a life-changing journey to discover her true voice. 603 more words

In Cinemas

Review: Wild Rose (2018/19)

WILD ROSE is the feel-good movie of the year, and that’s not damning it with faint praise. There’s just so much passion evident in this project from start to finish, and plenty of lively crackle along the way, it’ll leave your heart soaring. 625 more words


Film review: Wild Rose

Director Tom Harper and writer Nicole Taylor explore a working-class pipedream with music drama Wild Rose. The plot follows Glaswegian singer Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley) who, fresh out of jail, is yearning to become a Nashville country star. 254 more words

088 - Brooklyn

Rating: 5/10

In 1951, Eilis Lacey is a young woman from Enniscorthy, County Wexford, a small town in southeast Ireland, where she lives with her mother and sister, Rose. 182 more words


Wild Rose ⭐⭐⭐

Concisely written by Nicole Taylor and solidly directed by Tom Harper, this is the story of Rose-Lynn, a young single mom of two in Glasgow who dreams of going to Nashville to make it big as a country singer. 264 more words


Wild Rose review: Jessie Buckley wows in impressive antidote to A Star is Born

Stardom and the hunt for it is a topic Hollywood returns back to time and time again, but it rarely manages to portray it as accurately as Wild Rose, the new film featuring Julie Walters, Sophie Okonedo and Jessie Buckley. 481 more words


Wild Rose - Tom Harper (2018)

Warm, fun and heartfelt, Wild Rose is a feel good film in all the right ways. Whilst predictable at times you will find it hard to not become emotionally invested in Rose’s story as she navigates the world of country music and the difficulties of raising two young children. 821 more words