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Yes, liked this one. Lowlife and gritty, and mainly about two sisters and their relationship, it rang true and gave a positive spin to hard lives. Who picks those strawberries? People like these.
A very weird British film about 2 unusual sisters. one is odd the other a bit psychotic.
Possibly one of the most boring films I've seen in quite some time. I was drawn in by the title and the fact that the main character poses as a fine arts student from Scarborough at the start of the film, but it's all downhill from there on.
Not alot happens here but the scenery is good. This was more of a tv drama than a film
This is not a feel good film, nor does it tr;y to create any beautiful locations despite being set in the 'Garden of England' county. The sibling relationship is intense but not the most appealing to watch.
Whilst not without flaws, Strawberry Fields is well shot and offers some engaging performances. It may have nothing particularly original to offer, but its certainly worth a watch.
My favourite kind of film... brave, thoughtful, sad-happy & wonderfully strange. As with all of its ilk, it deserves a bigger audience. Loved the live soundtrack guitarist babe beforehand & the director Q&A after, too... City Screen rules xx
Intimate and intense contemporary riff on Streetcar Named Desire, with outstanding performances from its three very attractive young leads. Gorgeous Kent scenery. Some pacing problems but well worth seeing.