Dark River film review: A well made film that suffers in its misery

Dark River film review: A well made film that suffers in its misery
 

The doom-laden skies, muddy fields and bitter memories all underline the overbearing sense of bleakness at the heart of the story.
Returning to the family farm after the death of her father, Alice (Ruth Wilson) is determined to make a fresh start.
She intends to assume the tenancy and make the farm a viable business once again.
But every corner of the rundown farmhouse and rat-infested barns triggers a memory of the past and of the abuse she suffered at the hands of her father (Sean Bean).
As if that was not grim enough her brother Joe (Mark Stanley) resents her return and there are... read more

 
24 February 2018 in Entertainment, Views: 49
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