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Wild Rose

A musician from Glasgow dreams of becoming a Nashville star. (R; 100m)

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Rose-Lynn Harlan (Jessie Buckley), a rebellious country singer who dreams of trading the working-class streets of Glasgow for the Grand Ole Opry of Nashville, juggles her menial job, two children, and committed mother (Julie Walters), as she pursues her bold ambition of a one-way ticket to musical stardom. With the support of her boss (Sophie Okonedo), Rose-Lynn embarks on a life-changing journey that challenges her sense of self and helps her discover her true voice.

Stars: Jessie Buckley, Matt Costello, Jane Patterson
Director: Tom Harper
Genre(s): Drama, Music

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"Pure dead gallus (that's Scots for 'wonderful')."

— Leslie Felperin, The Hollywood Reporter

"Jessie Buckley, who proved so electrifying in Michael Pearce’s psychological thriller Beast, lights up the screen as Rose-Lynn Harlan; a 23-year-old firebrand, fresh out of jail, wearing an electronic tag beneath white cowgirl boots."

— Mark Kermode, The Observer (UK)

"Wild Rose may not be what the summer season typically delivers to cinemas, but audiences miss it at their peril."

— Kim Hughes, Original-Cin

"Jessie Buckley impresses again in the story of a woman who wants and needs so much more. A seemingly well-worn narrative becomes a more interesting look at the responsibilities and rights of being a mother with a dream."

— Terri White, Empire

"That Rose-Lynn is an onstage force is easy to tell from the second she picks up a microphone, but Taylor makes this film less about her gift than about the maturity she needs to take it beyond the local Glasgow pubs. As a result, the film’s melancholy but uplifting closing notes land that much more powerfully."

— David Sims, The Atlantic

"Despite all the limitations on her life, Rose-Lynn is one of the most free-spirited creatures to ever be put on film."

— Katie Walsh, Chicago Tribune

"Wild Rose, the closest thing to a sleeper I’ve seen at Toronto this year, is a happy-sad drama of starstruck fever that lifts you up and sweeps you along, touching you down in a puddle of well-earned tears."

— Owen Gleiberman, Variety

"This classically trained Irish singer and actress was a runner-up on a BBC singing competition and won roles in film (Beast) and TV (War and Peace, HBO’s Chernobyl). She’s a skyrocketing talent — and the full range of her gifts are on display here."

— Peter Travers, Rolling Stone