God's Own Country

Samuel Goldwyn Films
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Julian Kirk

Wow...a warm and touching story, love always wins.

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Aria

Subtle writing, lovely story that unwinds and surprises, wonderful acting. A director to watch!

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Sahan

Very touching; very moving.

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