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Life is not all about the beautiful people making too much money and getting into too much trouble.
This film is human, rooted, stable, real in its depiction of how beautiful and calm life can be, and how each of us longs for friends like Gerri and Tom.
And to be fair to the other actors, all of them show, as the movie goes on, characters who have the capacity to surprise us.
Loved the actors, the story line and the message sent to the viewer. Beautifully done.Published 3 months ago by LisaLynn
this is a quiet, powerful movie with the best acting...painful, revealing, no easy answers about why some people are happy, others unhappy, and how to keep difficult friendships... Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Roderick
the movie was in perfect condition. I've watched it many times On Demand and now wanted to own it for myself. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Shirley Orlando
This film continues my love-hate relationship with Mike Leigh films. It has all the things I love about Leigh's films in spades. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bill the Cat
Love this movie. I came across this movie on TV one day scrolling through the channels it caught my eye I watched and I knew I wanted to purchase this. The story line is good. Read morePublished 9 months ago by sandra l howell
Why would you want to watch these boring, badly spoken nothings, with bad hair, bad faces and bad manners on film? Read morePublished 11 months ago by Geoffrey Gunning
This 2010 film has the usual Leigh hallmarks -- detailed attention to ordinary lives, an absence of melodrama, a strong ensemble cast, and an emotional force that is not diminished... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Stanley Crowe
ANOTHER YEAR is about how you choose to live your life. Mike Leigh takes a year and shows us 2 different kinds of people; the happy couple and son who nurture their lives. Read morePublished 15 months ago by B. Erickson