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Broken
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Charlie Booty

Charlie Booty

Baby Skunk
Lily James

Lily James

Older Skunk
Tim Roth

Tim Roth

Archie
Lukas Fernandes-Pendse

Lukas Fernandes-Pendse

Harry Barlow
Michael Fernandes-Pendse

Michael Fernandes-Pendse

Henry Barlow
Robert Emms

Robert Emms

Rick Buckley
Rory Kinnear

Rory Kinnear

Bob Oswald


Written by
Daniel Clay

Daniel Clay

based on a novel by
Mark O

Mark O'Rowe

screenplay


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Bleak but Touching

1 year, 2 months ago at Dec 27 20:33
Apparently "Broken" is 'inspired' by Harper Lee's much-loved classic "To Kill A Mockingbird," but I find "Broken" to be a better story with more well-developed characters (yes, you have found the one person in the world who isn't floored by "To Kill A Mockingbird"- don't stare, please, it makes me nervous.) It's certainly darker, as Lee's redemptive tone is replaced with unrepentant bleakness. The... read more
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The story of a young girl in North London whose life changes after witnessing a violent attack.
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Movies the giraffe watched in 2015: February (26 movies items)

"First viewing - Feb. 5th Recommended by Starweevil This was pretty brutal to get through. Broken is one of those films that's exceptionally well-made, but full of subject matter you wouldn't be too eager to revisit often. Or I wouldn't anyway. The cast is stellar, the story is captivating, and I like the way it's told by slowly revealing some aspects through revisiting scenes from different characters' perspectives. The best thing about that approach though is that it's not overdone as some dir"


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2015 Film Diary (125 movies items)

"7.2. Broken manages to convey an adolescent's view of the world very believably. It tells a story about the end of one 11-year-old girl's childhood. The film is very precisely constructed, maybe a bit too much, even - occasionally some scenes felt too staged as opposed to the natural flair of most of the film. "


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moviebuff15 posted a review 1 year, 2 months ago

Bleak but Touching

“Apparently "Broken" is 'inspired' by Harper Lee's much-loved classic "To Kill A Mockingbird," but I find "Broken" to be a better story with more well-developed characters (yes, you have found the one person in the world who isn't floored by "To Kill A Mockingbird"- don't stare, please, it makes me nervous.) It's certainly darker, as Lee's redemptive tone is replaced with unrepentant bleakness. The racial issues have been traded in, but the themes of injustice and the destruction of innocence remain.

Spirited tween 'Skunk' (a powerful and expressive performance by newcomer Eloise Laurence) is stuck in that tricky transition between childhood and adulthood where matters of sexuality and maturity interest her, but are not quite within her grasp. Skunk's father, Archie (This generati” read more

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