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WILD ROSE (WRITEN BY NICOLE TAYLOR, DIRECTED BY TOM HARPER)

“Rose-Lynn” is a spitfire, the freest spirit you’ll meet on 2019’s screen; a Scottish lassie, with an exhilarating voice, bombastic personality, quixotic, a filter-less force, a convicted felon; she is depicted with inconceivable dexterity, by Jessie Buckley; she flies from jail to her boyfriend, than arrives at her mother’s home, “Marion” (poignantly beautiful, Julie Walters) who’s been caring for her fatherless children; shunning Glasgow, wishing for Nashville, where her enormous ambition to be a country singer will be actualized; peppered with the unexpected, her journey is aided by her employer “Susannah” (dimpled, astoundingly sensitive, Sophie Okonedo), who discerns Rose’s aptitude and opens her heart and largess to aid in the quest. Susanna seems to be living the perfect existence with her scripted, successful husband and two uniformed children; lurking beneath this pristine lifestyle is an emptiness, a longing for something more, vicariously she wants Rose to achieve what she has been denied, fulfillment.

 

Jessie Buckley’s depiction is astonishing, superlative, in league with Rami Malek and Taron Egerton, spewing notes rarely heard, and unlikely to be heard again.

 

FOUR STARS!!!!

 

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