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    A combination of Gerald McMorrow and Gerald McMorrow is in a film which tells about the broken lives of four people who fight for their religiously-dystopian city. How can they get it?
    Duration: 98 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 6.1
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  • Actors of "Franklyn"

  • Characters of "Franklyn"

    Emilia. Character of Franklyn
    Played by: Eva Green
    Preest. Character of Franklyn
    Played by: Ryan Phillippe
    Milo. Character of Franklyn
    Played by: Sam Riley
  • Directors of "Franklyn"

    Gerald McMorrow. Director of Franklyn
    Gerald McMorrow
    Birthdate: 1970, London, England, UK
  • Creators of "Franklyn"

    Gerald McMorrow. Director of Franklyn
    Gerald McMorrow
    Birthdate: 1970, London, England, UK
  • Critic Reviews of "Franklyn"

    Time Out
    February 27, 2009

    'Franklyn' has conceptual boldness and visual imagination that set it apart from the pack.

    October 22, 2008

    A clever idea that could have worked as a novella, the urban-fantasy-cum-sci-fier Franklyn doesn't cut it by the bigscreen rulebook.

    Urban Cinefile
    November 07, 2009

    Ultimately it doesn't quite work, but along the way it is easy to be somewhat sucked in, especially by Eva Green's suicidal artist and Sam Riley's emotionally shattered dreamer

    Times (UK)
    March 06, 2009

    Franklyn is wonky and self-defeating: there are lots of gauche moments. Still, it's entertaining, and commendable for its strangeness.

    Observer (UK)
    March 06, 2009

    Franklyn is puzzling in a way some may think tiresome and others intriguing. Gerald McMorrow, whose first feature this is, has talent, but just as he starts tying up the loose ends, the film unravels.

    Daily Express (UK)
    March 03, 2009

    If ambition and flair were the only hallmarks of a five-star film then Franklyn would be top of the class.

    SFX Magazine
    March 03, 2009

    Look past the odd shortcoming in the storytelling, and there's a brave movie here, one that's prepared to tackle some weighty issues about religion and obsession.

    IGN Movies UK
    February 27, 2009

    Marks McMorrow as a director to watch, one unafraid of taking risks and going against the grain of the British film industry. It's not for everyone, but surrender to the limitless ambition and off-kilter tone and it's an engaging 100 minutes.

    Empire Magazine
    February 27, 2009

    An admirably non-formulaic drama, which manages to reconcile the opposed British film traditions of contemporary, realistic, low-key character drama with eccentric, flamboyant, Gothic fantasy. It certainly marks out McMorrow as a talent to watch.

    February 27, 2009

    McMorrow's ideas may be too damn bold and expansive for Franklyn to succeed on every level, but it's a striking debut from a writer-director unafraid to reach as high as he can.

    Times (UK)
    February 27, 2009

    It's a convoluted piece of storytelling that repays more on a visual level than on a logical one. But you can't fault its ambition and imagination.

    February 27, 2009

    He is aiming high. And yet, to use a recondite and specialist critical term, this film is massively up itself.

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