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Fish Tank DVD £6.99 delivered @ HMV
Fish Tank DVD £6.99 delivered @ HMV

Fish Tank DVD £6.99 delivered @ HMV

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Director Andrea Arnold follows her astonishing debut feature RED ROAD with FISH TANK, a compelling drama centring on a 15 year-old girl. Having been expelled from school, Mia (Katie Jarvis in a star-making debut performance) spends her time hanging out in a derelict flat near to her family's council estate home and drinking whatever alcohol she can lay her hands on. Her young life, already spiralling out of control, is complicated further when her mother Joanne - (Kierston Wareing - IT'S A FREE WORLD) brings home her new boyfriend Connor (Michael Fassbender - HUNGER, INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS). While Connor appears to be a well-rounded and decent man, there is an instant connection between him and Mia, even though there's much hostility on her part. Could this be the manifestation of a teenage crush and Connor's awkward reaction to it, or are his intentions something altogether more sinister?

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Absolutely brilliant film with superb performances from Jarvis and Fassbender. Maybe a little too indie for some people's liking but I thought it was a little gem of a film.

Really want to see this film!

Proper movie with some great performances.

Very 'real' and watchable.

I didn't enjoy Red Road... am I likely to enjoy this?

Is Jermain Jenas in this ? :whistling:

Sure I saw this instore at fopp Yesterday £6 - if near one!

Magurdrac;8421296

I didn't enjoy Red Road... am I likely to enjoy this?



It's better than Red Road...

What happened to 'Rounding Up Donkeys' though?

really boring and meaningless movie....

I was an extra in this film. It's set just 5minutes down the road to me. Great arty film but I can understand that it isn't everyone's cup of tea.
I'm just impressed by Arnold's direction with this. She picks people off the street and gives the film such realism.I love British cinema, you can't beat it IMO.
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