This film was last shown on 19 October 2017
Johnny Saxby, a frustrated young farmer, lives with his father
and grandmother in the beautifully wild Yorkshire countryside. His days working
on the farm are long, and his spare time is filled with binge-drinking and
casual sex. With his father’s health
deteriorating and the lambing season about to begin, the family hire an extra
pair of hands in the form of Romanian farmhand, Gheorghe. His approach to the
physically demanding work is one of silent tenderness and care, which Johnny is
initially wary of, but soon proves to be irresistible to him and an intense relationship
is ignited between the two.
One of the most accomplished British directorial debuts of
recent years, God’s Own Country is
powered by perfectly-crafted performances set against the breath-taking but
relentless beauty of the Yorkshire countryside.
"A beautifully judged, unsentimental study from first
time director Francis Lee " **** - The Guardian
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