GOD’S OWN COUNTRY

Cert 15 Stars 4

With my family roots deep in the fertile of soil of the Yorkshire Moors, I was always going to be partial to seeing God’s own country on the big screen.

This remarkably assured and accomplished debut is one of the best British films of last year, and won the gong for Best Film at the British Independent films awards.

Described as a British Brokeback Mountain, it explores the growing relationship between a young farmer and a Romanian migrant worker.

With ambition transcending it’s low budget, this is as raw, uncompromising, honest and beautiful as the magnificent Yorkshire countryside setting.

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