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Days of the Bagnold Summer
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Based on the critically acclaimed graphic novel, DAYS OF THE BAGNOLD SUMMER is a funny yet sweet coming-of-age story about single motherhood and Metallica. Daniel was supposed to spend the summer with his dad and his dad’s new wife in Florida, but when his dad cancels the trip Daniel and his mom suddenly face the prospect of six long weeks together. An epic war of wills ensues in their suburban home as Daniel just wants to listen to heavy metal and start a band while his mom hopes to rekindle the fun times they used to have together. Featuring original songs by Belle and Sebastian.
UK, 2019, 86 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by Simon Bird
“Exquisite…the film blends gently toe-curling humour with tender insight, all set to a soundtrack of wispy pop songs by Scottish indie group Belle and Sebastian.”– Jason Best, MARIE CLAIRE
“Beautifully observed with attention to witty detail, this movie feels like a British movie sitcom, with its episodic structure and snappy comebacks.”– Rich Cline, SHADOWS ON THE WALL
“This charming coming-of-age drama uses stock comedy characters in some surprisingly subtle ways.”– Andy Lea, DAILY STAR (UK)
“’Days Of The Bagnold Summer’ has a lot going for it: a nicely judged sense of character, an eye for detail and strong performances, especially from Dolan.”– Ian Freer, EMPIRE MAGAZINE
“[A] thoroughly sweet-natured, charming and unassuming British film...”– Peter Bradshaw, GUARDIAN
“[A] funny, acerbic, yet surprisingly tender film...”– Mark Kermode, OBSERVER (UK)