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Some of the acting is awkward, but this is a moving story made with compassion.
Radiator often feels a bit too much like a Radio 4 play, but it makes for a good one about the difficulties faced by pensioners.
One of the best British films of the year.
This is a small-scale but delicately crafted and moving family drama, lent an extra resonance by the fact that it features the final performance from Richard Johnson, who died in June.
A moving and often brutally effective disquisition on the ageing process, on senility and dementia, and how families are regularly wrenched apart by the same.
Browne's directorial feature debut has an unmistakable air of authenticity that brings real pathos and heartache to some of the film's bleakest moments.
A conscientiously unsentimental tale of a man drifting away from his parents.
This low-key saga rings true without resorting to melodrama.
This is tremendously intelligent, personal work.
Radiator may sound maudlin, even depressing but it is so true to life and true to itself that it ultimately emerges as life-affirming and very touching.
Sad, funny, human and true.
a painful if understated study of frayed relations and crippling mortality, where often the beauty of the cinematography and the subtlety of the performances offer the only available refuge from the stifling dysfunction within.
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