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Whether or not you’re a fan of country music, Wild Rose (2019) will work hard to win you over.

When hot-headed young singer Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley) is released from prison, she reluctantly returns to her mother’s house to be reunited with her two young children. 305 more words

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Wild Rose

Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley) is just out of prison, but has always had a dream to sing in Nashville as a country singer. This might be a bit more possible were she in America but she finds herself returning to her old life on a slightly shabby estate in Glasgow and she has two young children to support amongst other things in her life. 278 more words

DIFF 2019 Day 2

2019 Dallas International Film Festival

 Greetings again from the darkness. I missed yesterday’s Opening Night Gala and feature film, but paid my penance today by taking in 5 films on Day 2 of this year’s Dallas International Film Festival. 1,622 more words


Film review: Wild Rose ★★★★★

It has to be noted where this perspective comes from – and that is a central-belt Scot of a certain age, with some dreams behind him and some ahead. 611 more words


Review: WILD ROSE (2019) [Hebden Bridge Film Festival]

With all the fuss that surrounded A Star is Born (2018) about the revival of the movie musical, I hope Wild Rose, a sentimental but pleasing redemptive tale of one woman’s love of country (not “and western”) music and her ambition to make it in Nashville, gets remembered in years to come. 616 more words


Review: Wild Rose


Ever heard of a country singer from Glasgow? That’s the problem facing Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley), a talented young singer with a passion for the quintessentially American sound she lovingly describes as ‘three chords and the truth’. 354 more words