Lynn + Lucy



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July 10, 2020 at 02:10 AM



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798.92 MB
English 2.0
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1 hr 27 min
P/S 59 / 126
1.45 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 27 min
P/S 59 / 119

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Adrian_Breakspear 1 / 10

just nope

Way too gay to be enjoyable entertainment. its just dumb. 1 star max. fail.

Reviewed by ops-52535 9 / 10

you might need some warning signs...

Before you see this soscialrealistic kind of drama made with english touch of nongrandiouse filmaking. the actors a stern , cool and good in their roles, and its a kind of overwhelming silence throughout the whole movie.

its about 2 sister living across the street of eachother, one in a routine love relationship, the other live in love hardships, in a little town somewhere in south england, its a film about marriage, domestic abuse and violence,lying and decieft, unemployment,silence and and secret rumours, adolescent adults, the jantelaw,sisterhood, and sudden childdeath.

sudden childdeath, is everyones gratest nightmare, ive been spared for it, but im pretty cautious on behalf of my own childrens children. the subject here is whether its done on semipurposed reason by shaking or slapping a uncomfy,screaming baby, making the parent go blinded by the dispair and accidentially kills the little one by accident, or is it just another mysterious childeath of unknown reasons.

its a sad and very depressing film, especially on behalf of the community's reaction, and hate uttering by tagging cars and house and shouting and use of swearword as the sorrowing flock of realatives and friend does the last mile on foot behind the funeral car. i am disgusted by people that hangs over the fence theorizing and spreading rumours that soon will become a true legend. because it happens and its poisonous.

production are well made, nothing extravagant that would damage the dire straits, and musical score ae nearly absent. so let the warning be from the grumpy old man, if you happen to be or have big problems ripping up prehistoric memories of childdeath yourself then do not watch alone, its quite dehumanizing and raw at times. its a big recommend.

Reviewed by eelen-seth 9 / 10

Heavy AF -

Lynn and Lucy have been friends since high school. They live a normal middleclass life across the street from one another in a small town, and know they can count on each other for a laugh or a chat. Lynn is excited to be Lucy's first born's godmother, although the new mum isn't sure she's fit to be a mother, also dealing with her volatile boyfriend. After starting a new job as an assistant in a hairsalon, Lynn soon sees her tight friendship, community and own family questioned to the point of no return.

Writer and director Fyzal Boulifa has made a truly gut wrenching social drama, with at the center a subject not many storytellers like to tackle. Lynn + Lucy is the kind of film that surprises you more than once. As simple as it may look, Boulifa has found a way to ask the hard questions by putting its audience in the middle of a mental struggle with both main characters. Do you ever really know someone that literally lives right across the street from you? When does gossip take control of facts and vice versa? Does trust make us ignore clear warning signs or mute cries for help? Nothing is taboo for Boulifa. Just expect to leave the cinema all shaken up.

Protagonists Lynn + Lucy are played by Roxanne Scrimshaw + Nichola Burley respectively. Both give captivating tragic performances that leave a mark on you. You can't help but feel for Scrimshaw's Lynn, who has the kindest eyes, yet at the same time the close ups of her face show a sad side that constantly makes you want to protect her. She gives one of the strongest and rawest performances in a British film in a very long time. Burley's Lucy on the other hand, is so tormented by guilt and has a dying hunger for love. She shows off most of her acting talent after the film's central devastating event, and never steps on the brake. Both actors challenge and push each other to unseen levels.

The story doesn't need a score, since the quiet pauses between dialogues give us time to catch our breath. Accompanied by effective cinematography, this small drama stands out in a somewhat lost year for cinema. Lynn + Lucy should come with some sort of trigger warning, or at least get an appropriate rating, to make sure those who go in blindly know to brace themselves. Heavy subjects with a massive emotional impact make this social commentary on gossip, friendship and parenthood one of those films that lingers long after the end credits fade to black.

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