Dear Frankie (2004)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Romance


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After having responded to her son's numerous letters in the guise of his father, a woman hires a stranger to pose as his dad when meeting him.


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  • Gerard Butler at an event for Dear Frankie (2004)
  • Emily Mortimer at an event for Dear Frankie (2004)
  • Gerard Butler at an event for Dear Frankie (2004)

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21 January 2005 | alan.hughes
10
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This was one of the best films I have seen for many years. The photography is absolutely marvellous; it hardly needs anything else.

The acting is restrained, measured and true. I couldn't get much better than this.

It is true that it is emotionally laden but it is not all sadness, there is also humour, affection, and most importantly hope. If you find it too emotional you can always pretend that smoke got in your eyes.

Isn't the function of a good film to try and draw out emotions ? It is especially rewarding when these are positive and natural rather than base and specious.

An easy 10 out of 10

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