Away (2016)

Away (2016)

Timothy SpallJuno TempleHayley SquiresMatt Ryan
David Blair


Away (2016) is a English movie. David Blair has directed this movie. Timothy Spall,Juno Temple,Hayley Squires,Matt Ryan are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Away (2016) is considered one of the best Crime,Drama movie in India and around the world.

A story set in the north English seaside town of Blackpool and centered on two kindred spirits who form an unlikely friendship.

Away (2016) Reviews

  • Must See


    A brilliant film which i saw at the Edinburgh Festival., The chemistry between Juno and Timothy was fascinating and well thought out. There was a touch of humor, great music which added a lot to the film and sadness as well. The flashbacks to how the 2 main characters arrived in Blackpool was gripping. Blackpool was an ideal location for this film because it is usually a place where you can have fun and and seen as the Vegas of the UK. The idea to have an older man and a young woman as the main characters was terrific and really paid off.I would recommend this film to anyone who likes films with a difference.I truly hope Away is great success and wish it the best of luck in the future.

  • Great story, amazing performances. Cool music


    Hi, saw this film at Edinburgh film festival and it knocked my socks off. I cried and laughed. Juno Temple and Tim Spall are amazing in it, those eyes staring down from the big screen (Juno's!) and Spall is very convincing in his wretched situation. Great story and how it's told is really clever as it's not straight forward like you might get with a Hollywood Blockbuster: You get fed elements of the story as small morsels along the way to always keep you enthralled. The scenery also makes me want to go to Blackpool too so a good advert there for them! A man in the audience commented on how he always cries at the drop of a hat at films but he knows it must be powerful as his wife who never ever cries at films was crying buckets.

  • Away


    I thoroughly enjoyed this film. In today's continuously challenging world , it hit some very strong chords with me. So often new films today seem to have little to say, often the same old story lines with slight twists. However, this really got me thinking about life, it's complexities and the reality of the difficulties so many people face. Life's journey is never simple, and every so often a film is released that captures something special ...I think it will be very popular, especially with people who enjoy films that have more to them than the basic Hollywood stuff...some seriously good acting, and music fab.actually the music was superb! The story line has the ability to remind one that ,although you may have your own issues and challenges, you are not alone. In today's environment so many people face daily survival and this film reminded me , there are many in the same boat. I think it's a must see ,and is a film one could watch more than once to really capture its powerful symbolism .

  • British made film with a good story.


    North western England, young Ria (Temple) runs away from an abusive man with his stash of cocaine. She hides out in Blackpool hoping to find a way to sell the stash so she and her best friend can get on with their lives away from drugs and abuse. There she meets Joseph (Spall), a run down older man who has only thoughts of killing himself because of something in his recent past. The two bond, they somehow feel safe with one another. Inevitably the abuser Dex (Ryan) finds out where she is and it comes to a showdown on the shores of Blackpool. This was a good story, not fully original but everyone who makes one of these puts their own spin on it. I hadn't heard of any of the actors but not surprising as it is a British film and that certainly didn't stop me from watching it. The film moved along a bit slow at first and I kept getting a bit confused with all the flashbacks that were happening and there were a lot of them. Closer to the end the flashbacks started making sense. No CGI here, wasn't needed and if there were I certainly couldn't see it. It was just a story about drugs and abuse and two opposites who form an unlikely friendship. It was enjoyable and emotional, I likely won't see it twice but I'm not sorry I watched it.

  • Great film, fantastic performances


    I saw this film at the Edinburgh film festival and it was fantastic. The two main leads are incredible and the relationship they have is very believable. It's a film about love (platonic) and hope. It's gritty, funny and may reduce you to tears, but you just can't stop watching. I loved the way the story is not told in a linear fashion so it's not until the end that you know everything that's happened which keeps you interested and guessing about what draws and binds the leads together. The film had an excellent response from audiences at Edinburgh. If you fancy a break from all the blockbusters and want to watch an intelligent, brilliant film, definitely give this a try.


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