Tyrannosaur (2011)

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Joseph, a man plagued by violence and a rage that is driving him to self-destruction, earns a chance of redemption that appears in the form of Hannah, a Christian charity shop worker.


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  • Peter Mullan in Tyrannosaur (2011)
  • Paddy Considine and Peter Mullan in Tyrannosaur (2011)
  • Peter Mullan and Olivia Colman in Tyrannosaur (2011)

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9 October 2011 | monasterace
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| This is the real England....
Seeing "Tyrannosaur" is an experiment of life: the reality described is not so different from the everyday life of many of us.

Mr. Considine is able to realise, thanks to a perfect script and superb actors, a small masterpiece and a perfect debut.

The story set in a Leeds of charity shops and pubs, tells the anger, frustration, domestic violence, so common in this early-century England.

Over time we learn that the request for aid between the main characters becomes mutual, up to a finale as unexpected as disturbing.

Well done to everyone, but honour to Peter Mullan about holding the entire film with a surprising force and fragility.

Highly recommended.

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