Jude Hill

Dog’s Movie House: “Belfast” A Heartwarming Love Letter To Both Families And Ireland!”

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at writer/director Kenneth Branagh’s latest and probably most personal film. It’s called “Belfast” and details the trials and triumphs of a family in Belfast, Ireland during the late 1960s when the violence between the Protestants and Catholics was escalating. While the film has an overreaching narrative, the destination is not so much as important as the journey. Shot in glorious black and white with some brilliant performances, particularly by the young Jude Hill as the young child who serves as the lens for this particular story, “Belfast” is one of the best films of the year and is not to be missed!

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