Jellyfish

I’ve seen better in the coming-of-age-in-a-crappy area genre and I have seen worse.  I think there was a certain honesty in the film’s final scenes that appealed to me (it didn’t feel like a film that should be wrapped up in a bow).

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Movie title: Jellyfish

Movie description: In Margate, England, life is not easy for teenager Sarah Taylor, between being bullied at school, being exploited by a dominant boss and having to take care of her depressive mother and her two siblings. But Sarah finds a way to channel her growing despair and fight adversity when her drama teacher gives her a new purpose.

Date published: 2020-09-04

Director(s): James Gardner

Actor(s): Liv Hill, Sinéad Matthews, Cyril Nri, Angus Barnett, Tomos Eames, Lauran Taylor-Griffin, Henry Lile, Jemima Newman, Jay Sajjid, Connor Mills, Mark Sangster, Victoria Alcock, Peter Picton, Swainley Whipps Eden-Entwistle, Ria Zmitrowicz, Helen Brannigan, Jamie Hosegood, Helen Kennedy, Meredith Ryder, Nikolas Holttum, Eve Connor, Richard Ginn, Nick Powley, Ben Wilks, Oliver Barnes-Miller, Clare Kedwell, Lee David Brown, Maisie Waller, Issac Andreaou, Oliver Jones, Frankie Boyle

Genre: Drama

My Review

I’ve seen better in the coming-of-age-in-a-crappy area genre and I have seen worse.  I think there was a certain honesty in the film’s final scenes that appealed to me (it didn’t feel like a film that should be wrapped up in a bow).

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