You Were Never Really Here

You Were Never Really Here
  • 2017
  • US / France
  • 1h 25min
  • Directed by: Lynne Ramsay
  • Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Ekaterina Samsonov, Alessandro Nivola, Judith Roberts

Joe (Phoenix) is a gun for hire, Marine veteran and ex-FBI agent who rescues a young girl from a sex trafficking ring, but is haunted by his own traumatic past. A muscular and tightly-wound masterpiece with an intense and riveting performance from Phoenix. Crushingly sad, daringly outré and hugely accomplished.

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Belmont Filmhouse, Aberdeen (0.0 miles)

49 Belmont Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1JS
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12 Rose Street, Glasgow, G3 6RB
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Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, England, B12 9QH
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Reviews & features

Lynne Ramsay: 'I liked the beginnings of this character, he's almost a monster and you never know what he's going to do next'

31 Jan 2018

Director of the Cannes-prizewinning movie You Were Never Really Here talks about tackling the action genre and redefining the clichés of the male hero

For her fourth feature film, director Lynne Ramsay gives the male action hero a serious makeover with a tender, blackly funny and vicious thriller about an ex-marine who is sent on a mission to save a young girl from a sex trafficking ring in New York.

You Were Never Really Here

30 May 20175 stars

Cannes 2017: Lynne Ramsay and Joaquin Phoenix join forces with riveting results

Jonny Greenwood's threatening electronic score breathlessly pursues a troubled figure in Lynne Ramsay's tender and savage reworking of the revenge thriller, based on a novella by Jonathan Ames. Ramsay's first feature since 2011's We Need to Talk About…

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