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Film Review - The Angels' Share


While in possession of a storied filmmaking career, director Ken Loach isn’t one to hunt for a laugh. Rarely exposing his funny bone, Loach aims for a slightly lighter tone with “The Angels’ Share,” though any smiles are quickly tempered by the crushing reality of human fallibility. As with any Loach picture, the effort is a mix of emotions and hardships with a Scottish tilt, yet pockets of brevity are welcome, permitting the movie an approachability and unpredictability that’s often missing from the helmer’s work. I’d even go as far as to suggest “The Angels’ Share” is somewhat charming, which is a reaction not typically found with a Loach endeavor. Read the rest at


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