My Name Is Joe (1998)

R   |    |  Drama, Romance

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Two thirtysomethings, unemployed former alcoholic Joe and community health worker Sarah, start a romantic relationship in the one of the toughest Glasgow neighbourhoods.




  • Louise Goodall and Peter Mullan in My Name Is Joe (1998)
  • David McKay and Peter Mullan in My Name Is Joe (1998)
  • Peter Mullan in My Name Is Joe (1998)
  • David Hayman in My Name Is Joe (1998)
  • Louise Goodall in My Name Is Joe (1998)
  • My Name Is Joe (1998)

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9 November 2002 | stevie j
| Gritty realism, powerfully performed, a must-see movie
The awesome realism of "Once Were Warriors" (New Zealand, 1994), successfully transposed to Glasgow, Scotland.

Solid, decent human beings use alcohol and drugs to "cope" with life. But, life only gets worse, loyalties are brutally tested, and one poor unfortunate will not survive. But, don't think this to be another flaccid piece of cliched, anti-drug drivel. No, this film speaks powerfully to the perverse, and often vicious, arbitrariness of life. Darwinians, of course, will be unmoved. The rest of us, however, will be chilled by the scale of our impotence in making this world a better place. Prepare yourself to feel humbled.

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