Wild Rose is Not Country & Western

 In Drama, Everything, Musicals, Recommended, Woman Writer
Wild Rose

Wild Rose

Directed by Tom Harper
Written by Nicole Taylor

The review:

Tales of striving artists tend to be complicated and none more so than when those striving artists are women.* So it was interesting to see Jessie Buckley walk the line** between paroled convict, mother, and aspiring singer, not to mention Julie Walters trying to find a middle ground as Buckley’s mother. Aside from the art/family debate, there was also some good stuff around class, a wonderful soundtrack, and great musical performances.

The verdict: Recommended

Cost: $2.99 via Redbox On Demand
Where watched: at home

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Further sentences:

*Because the way things are set up right now there’s a lot of things women have to do on a daily basis before they can get to the art.
**Ha!

Questions:

  • What was the best choice Rose-Lynn made?
  • Which was your favorite performance?

Favorite IMDB trivia item:

Glasgow’s Grand Ole Opry can also be visited, on Govan Road. It specializes in country music.

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