Wild Rose

"A star is born? More like a supernova." - Time Out

“On parole, working-class Glaswegian single mum Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley) is desperate to kickstart her dream of making it in Nashville, whatever the cost to family and friends. Country music, proclaims the gobby singer, is ‘three chords and the truth’ – a mantra she’s had tattooed on her arm. While blessed with talent and ambition, what she doesn’t have is the cash for a plane ticket. A job as a cleaner for Sophie Okonedo’s wealthy stay-at-home mum helps, but Rose-Lynn’s self-destructive tendencies – as evidenced by her fractious relationship with her despairing mum (Julie Walters) and her two young children – keep getting in the way.

“Buckley is sensational here. A gifted singer-songwriter (she co-wrote most of the songs), her committed performance wrings every drop of raw emotion from her scrappy, flighty rebel in white cowboy boots and an electronic ankle tag. Director Tom Harper wisely stands back and lets his star shine. Nicole Taylor’s script is heartfelt and honest. The film’s terrific, Buckley is remarkable.“ - Time Out


No screenings currently scheduled.

Another U7 Solutions - Web-based solutions to everyday business problems. solution.