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2.5 out of 10 Gypo
Tim from Cork, 23 Jan 2008
"Jan and producer Elaine Wickham admit that Gypo was made purely as a calling card to get bigger-budgeted features off the ground..." It shows. This is a very average film and the producers seem to plug the dogme label for advertising. It seems as though it's rushed and nobodies heart is in it. Pity really because it has moments of potential that just fizzle out. The script was terrible and especially ***SPOILER*** the love scene at the end and the completely unessecary happy ending!!!
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0.5 out of 10 GYPO
Joseph P from Dublin, 19 Jul 2007
A total waste of time: some good actors lend themselves to this pointless cliche-ridden piece of rubbish. There is a script writer credited. but why. Since the whole thing looks very like something that was made up as they went along. Not impressed. Who greeenlighted this project, I ask?
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4 out of 10 Great cast and great story
Margaret from Louth, 06 Jan 2009
I had not heard anything about this movie and was nicely surprised. Pauline Mcglynn acts up a storm as a young granny stuck in miserable marriage and Paul McGann is great as the horrible racist husband. Well worth renting
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1 out of 10 not worth the watch
Eibhlin from Kildare, 22 Aug 2007
A dreadfully shot, depressing film with no good acting at all. Disspoainting considering Pauline McLynn stars whose acting I normally enjoy.
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0.5 out of 10 Gypo
Naomi from Limerick, 02 Nov 2007
Cronic!! Only watched 20 minutes of it and that was hard enough!
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There are three sides to every story. When young Czech refugee Tasha (rising star Chloe Sirene), comes into the life of working-class British housewife Helen they are instantly drawn to one another - finding connection and unexpected passion in this innovative, award-winning drama. Their story is told in three revelatory narratives, taking us on an intimate family journey full of turmoil and suspense.








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