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1 h 43 min201515
A powerhouse performance from Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones) fuels Still, a gritty and atmospheric thriller about a photographer, reeling from the death of his teenage son who becomes involved in a dangerous feud with a teenage gang. This feud becomes gradually more disturbing and horrifying as Carver's life starts to unravel until its painful and shattering climax.
Simon Blake
Aidan GillenJonathan SlingerElodie Yung
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Amanda Mealing
Zorana PiggottColette Delaney-Smith
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3.3 out of 5 stars

36 global ratings

  1. 34% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 24% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 4% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 13% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 25% of reviews have 1 stars
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Antony OwenReviewed in the United Kingdom on 31 May 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
"What would you know? You only see the bad in me"
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People who rate this film badly want happy endings but real life does not always have them. Aiden Gillen acted like this was his last film and portrayed a Dad like a deer in the headlights caught in his own darkness. It's a brave film, a hard film but has heart and grit witnessing grief and leaving you to decide what to do with what it's shown you. The motto of the film is don''t punish who you think represents an easy escape to get over your grief.
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Mark G.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 September 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
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Its like the creators have never seen a decent film in their life, i.e. dead man shoes or catch me daddy are about as far away from this utter dross as it possible. We have a declining number of quality British films, but avoid this >>> spend your time watching Hyena, Baseline, Stuart a life gone backwards, even Tony a serial killer, final cut with Jude law for considerably better low budget flicks. This on the other hand isn't worth your time!!! Yet another totally failed British production with absolutely terrible scripts, ("Your adversary's raped me" was a particular low point.) As if anyone in the entire history of time has ever uttered such a phrase, utterly confounding and head scratching moment!! There's nothing wrong with the acting, Although the transformation from utter bed wetter to callous psychopath needed much, much, much more development than the one sentence "ooh that's triggered me now" which it got, Once again totally unbelievable and contradictory to countless minutes building him up to be a contemptible, self centred wuss. I dare say it would even make a good novel and the overall bitter sweet twist in the revenge tale is a great concept, its just done exceptionally badly, as for the script writer, I've no idea what planet they have been living on. Whoever invested in this drivel just has money to burn and however made it needs to go back to film school and study some classics in detail. A very poor attempt!
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Dave FReviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 September 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Great start from a first time Dirrector
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A friend of mine saw this film in the cinema when it was first released and they recommended it to me. It definitely answers one question- What makes British films British ? I’m not articulate enough to write it down. I think I know what it’s not,sub- Hollywood without the money and the glamour.
But, I know it when I see and hear it. ‘Still’ is good British filmmaking. It deals in tropes that could be in any film from anywhere, personified especially in Aidan Gillen’s central character. But, there’s enough charisma and wounded male pride for one to believe that women would find him attractive and secondly, there’s enough to pull you through the story to an unexpected and quietly devastating end. I’m glad I watched it. I’m intrigued to see what the Director/ writer does next.
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m vasantha-rajaReviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 October 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
A really good suspense
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Powerful and credible performance by Gillen trying his hand away from the mainstream, in this independent low key film and a really well made one at that. Came across this film by chance and being a fan of Aiden Gillen. A gritty and suspense filled film that captures on a deeper level the 'broken Britain' agenda and plays on the fear in society of the inner city youth and gangs that are a product of systemic poverty. This piece deserves credit and highly recommend watching it.
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Christopher SpaldingReviewed in the United Kingdom on 10 May 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
It's not a thriller. It's better than that.
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One of the many independent films, in my opinion, which probably disappointed many people looking for a thriller. There's violence, but it's done without resorting to blowing things up every second scene. More importantly, it's a film with more to say than "Good triumphs over evil. Again." Why was it categorised as a thriller, I don't know; I guess it's a psychological thriller, but like everything else in life, it's a product which needs to be sold, and maybe that was how they thought the investors stood the best chance of getting their money back. It certainly made me think as well as entertaining me.
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Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 03 October 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
I can't understand a single word!
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For all I know this might be a decent film, but without subtitles how can we tell? Actors MUST learn to enunciate clearly, please part your lips when you speak, please don't mumble, please don't whisper! REMEMBER dialogue is meant to be heard!
Mr. Martin S. BoileauReviewed in the United Kingdom on 30 August 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Still very moving.
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A sensitive look at dilemmas concerning death and relationships. A revengers tragedy that is very well written and performed with some startling sequences. We were left stunned at the end, giving us plenty to chew over. The interviews were enlightening particularly the young male actor. Bravo! Encore!
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marc cleggReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 October 2015
4.0 out of 5 stars
good film to have in your collection
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a good film and sonny green plays a brilliant part for his first film,keep your eye out for him,from river city soap to the big screen hes one to watch! the film i found good to watch but the last half hour,20 mins were even better it seemed a bit slow till then but i really enjoyed it,my friend thought was a bit slow as ive said but he really sat up and watched the last 20 mins.keep up the good work sonny green cant wait see you in more films :-)
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