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A winning slice-of-life drama
The movie should be required viewing for every politician in America. It's a gentle but clear-eyed reminder of the way things are, for so very many of us.
It is almost a gentle, sweet film.
It's a small-scale triumph of humanistic filmmaking... A genial, extended anecdote about good people trying to get by while holding on to some dignity.
McKay captures a genuine sense of the bittersweet reality of the American dream and the people who give up their only weekly day of rest just to keep it alive.
McKay's control of tone and rhythm is in high gear, creating a work both thought-provoking and hugely entertaining.
Despite its naturalistic trappings, McKay's new film (his first in 13 years), with its simplicity, transpires like a fairytale, one that concerns an undocumented deliveryman.
Fútbol is more than a game for the immigrants in Brooklyn's Sunset Park in the film from writer-director Jim McKay, one of the most underrated and influential East Coast filmmakers.
McKay wisely opts against making any critical judgments, instead maintaining the film's stakes as a tender ode to the realities that upend our foremost wants and desires.
A poignant drama about Mexican immigrants in Brooklyn. Features non-actors in a superb yet quiet story about finding joy in a life filled with endless work.
Jim McKay's Brooklyn set and shot real life drama shine a light on those on lowest rungs of the economic ladder and finds drama, comedy and empathy.
This is a small movie, but a real one, a look at immigrant life that focuses as much on joy as it does on hardship like one of those human interest stories that go viral.
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