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GlasslandThe film tells the story of a poor Dublin taxi driver (Jack Reynor) who gets tangled up in the world of human trafficking to pay for his alcoholic mother's (Toni Collette) costly rehab at a private clinic.Genre: DramaCountry: EuroDuration: 93 minQuality: HDRelease: 2014IMDb: 6.0
Actors of "Glassland"
Directors of "Glassland"Gerard BarrettBirthdate: 5 July 1987, Kerry, Ireland
Creators of "Glassland"Gerard BarrettBirthdate: 5 July 1987, Kerry, Ireland
Critic Reviews of "Glassland"New York Magazine/VultureMarch 31, 2016
Glassland smartly plays off Jean's unhinged disintegration against John's tense, subdued control. In that contrast lies the power of this film.VarietyMarch 31, 2016
A downbeat serving of kitchen-sink social realism with the sink itself thrown in for good measure.Globe and MailMarch 11, 2016
Glassland is a small film with an emotional punch that wallops above its weight class.RogerEbert.comFebruary 12, 2016
This is a hard, spare, tough movie, at times nearly jarring in its lack of adornment.New York TimesFebruary 11, 2016
There's much in the movie to admire until it runs headlong into a stone wall.Los Angeles TimesFebruary 11, 2016
In the movie's best scene, as mother and son dance to an old pop song, the look on Reynor's face speaks volumes about loss and hope. It's a look that's going to be breaking hearts on screen for decades to come.South China Morning PostJanuary 17, 2017
Glassland has a minimalist purity to it, and Barrett avoids manipulation and lets the images and characters speak for themselves.FlavorwireMay 03, 2016
You've seen stories of substance abuse and its effects on a family, but rarely one as deeply unsentimental and candid as this one.The Young FolksMarch 31, 2016
A harrowing Irish drama of a young man being torn apart by his mother's destructive alcoholism.GuardianMarch 31, 2016
It earns its tears, even if it skimps out on everything else.Screen InternationalMarch 31, 2016
Glassland is impressive, although Barrett struggles to give this carefully crafted narrative a coherent resolution.NOW TorontoMarch 09, 2016
The dialogue is sparse, and a certain plot point is so vague as to be positively confusing. But the actors accomplish a lot with a hooded look, a weary sigh and a guilty sip of wine.
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