DIRECTOR: Paddy Breathnach
PRODUCERS: Emma Norton, Rory Gilmartin, Juliette Bonass
WRITTEN BY: Roddy Doyle
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Cathal Watters
EDITOR: Úna Ní Dhonghaíle
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Mark Kelly
MUSIC: Stephen Rennicks
98% -Rotten Tomatoes
★★★★★ - Sunday Independent
"Staggering, heartbreaking and beautiful"
★★★★ - Observer
"Wrenchingly powerful and heartbreakingly relevant..."
★★★★ - The Guardian
"A very moving and insightful film ...powerfully acted, especially by Sarah Greene"
"A quietly moving character study full of natural performances" - Daily Mirror
★★★★ - Financial Times
★★★★ - Little White Lies
ROSIE tells the story of a mother trying to protect her family after their landlord sells their rented home and they become homeless. Over 36 hours, Rosie and her partner John Paul strive to find somewhere to stay while shielding their young family from the reality of the situation around them. ROSIE examines how even in times of crises; the love and strength of a family can endure.
In ROSIE, award-winning Irish novelist Roddy Doyle brings his signature brand of warmth and authenticity to a modern story of a Dublin family who have found themselves with nowhere left to go. Hailed as the most important Irish film of the year, ROSIE follows a young mother (Sarah Greene) as she searches to find a room for the night for her family – a tense race against time as the hours count down and their options run out. Set over 36 hours, ROSIE tracks a normal family faced with impossible choices and exposes just how easy it is to slip through the cracks. Directed by Paddy Breathnach, ROSIE is a cinematic tour de force about love, family and how you protect your children when you have nowhere to call home.
“Other films have bigger budgets and more glamorous stars, some even take home more awards. But few if any can quietly move you as much as "Rosie"." - Kenneth Turan (Los Angeles Times)
SHOWING AT THESE NZ CINEMAS:
Opotiki Deluxe Theatre, Opotiki - From July 16
Globe Theatrette, Napier - From July 9
Focal Point, Feilding - From June 25
Light House Cinema Petone, Wellington - From June 18
Light House Cinema Cuba, Wellington - From June 18
Lumiere, Christchurch - From June 18