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It's refreshing that not every film need be so desperate about homelessness, but Hector is social realism that often feels unrelated to reality.
Mullan's heartfelt performance holds together the somewhat episodic narrative to create something certainly worthwhile.
Hector is a timely reminder of the precarious nature of life and how easily everything can be lost in a moment: it is easy to fall out with life.
Jake Gavin writes and directs and makes an impressive debut with an uplifting and refreshingly watchable picture.
The film is not interested in doing much beyond telling a fairly simple story, but it tells that story well enough.
In the end it ambles to a fairly predictable conclusion without really saying much about anything.
A likeable, thought-provoking film about friendship, community and kindness.
The spirit of Ken Loach hangs over this surprisingly warm and rewardingly aware tale of homelessness at Christmas.
Mullan makes the film a delight by portraying the mysterious yet friendly Hector with great warmth. It's a movie which will remind you that Christmas is a time for family and giving.
Writer-director Jake Gavin's debut feature is touching, superbly acted, and if you can find it, well worth seeing.
Mullan's exceptional, the film warm, unfussy and moving.
Hector is the best Christmas film out this year.
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