Franklyn

2008, Mystery & thriller/Fantasy, 1h 38m

30 Reviews 5,000+ Ratings

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Gerald McMorrow's bold debut is a complex and ambitious film that highlights the director's potential, but its multi-layered story takes time to develop and might be frustrating for some. Read critic reviews

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Sometime in the future, masked vigilante atheist Jonathan Preest (Ryan Phillippe) seeks revenge against the leader of a high-tech city under the control of a religious regime. His quest is juxtaposed against the issues faced by certain individuals in contemporary London: depressed Emilia (Eva Green), who concocts suicidal performance art; heartbroken Milo (Sam Riley), who is attempting to find his true love; and devout Peter (Bernard Hill), who searches for his missing son, a tormented veteran.

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