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After being coerced into helping a low-level drug dealer, she finds herself the target of a dangerous crime boss. Desperate to keep her family safe, Sarah turns the tables on her victimizers in one final act of brutal vengeance. Toggle navigation. Login Cart. Directed by Abner Pastoll. Watching this mamma bear protect her young is frankly exhilarating. Better still, Sarah Bolger plays the lead role. And if you want to find one of the very best performances by a woman on the recent genre scene, you need look no further.
Bolger couldn't have played her part more perfectly; her performance is nuanced in the transformation that her character goes through. At the beginning, Sarah has unkempt hair and dark circles under her eyes, but by the end, she is strutting with newfound confidence. And all of this leading to a conclusion that has the biggest She Did That energy of the year. What makes it stand out is a strong central performance from Bolger.
Add to this a breakout performance by Sarah Bolger and the film becomes an unmissable crime thriller from a new director to watch. Reminiscent of a European take on South Korean vengeance stories, Director Abner Pastoll rewards genre lovers with a brutal crescendo that is unexpected yet wholly gratifying. Cast in subdued tones, the film presents a color-drained realism only to later contrast it with graphic violence and vibrant hues, paralleling the journey of the protagonist.
At the center of this film, is the impressive and multi-layered performance from Sarah Bolger. Kudos must be given to screenwriter and Oscar nominee Ronan Blaney. There is no shortage of past baggage and incredible hurdles for the character of Sarah to overcome.
And Bolger just nails everything — from the smallest of reactions to the lecherous supermarket employee, to doing the unthinkable in her bedroom, to turning into a legit femme fatale.
It truly is a perfect firestorm of fantastic writing in the hands of an expert thespian. We care about Sarah from the get-go, and never, ever does that sympathy dwindle. That sort of organic progression is a fascinating and rare find in film. Simply, Bolger is mesmerizing. Director Abner Pastoll builds up the tension masterfully A Good Woman Is Hard to Find is a crime thriller with a huge heart that rates as a must-see for genre film fans.
A dramatic thriller that is compelling and tense until the very end, A Good Woman Is Hard to Find should have no trouble finding an audience that connects with this powerful story. It is Bolger who carries the entire film and she does it beautifully, her heartbreaking situation combined with increasingly fraught trials written in the dark circles beneath her eyes and perpetual frown. That she becomes a warrior is done via the grit of extreme necessity, the actress visibly shoring herself up before compressing with stress.
When a movie, particularly one set in the United Kingdom, ponders societal inequity and its impact on ordinary, everyday people just trying to get by, the great English social-realist filmmaker Ken Loach immediately springs to mind. Combine the two, as well as the gritty underworld goings-on of many a British-based crime flick and the neon-hued neo-noir vibe brandished by Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn, and A Good Woman Is Hard to Find is the end result.
Addressing male manipulation, corruption and abuse with authenticity and provocative commentary, this award-winning film is a frenetic and extremely entertaining production.
The line between genuine empowerment and exploitation is a thin one, and often a source of heavy debate and reappraisal. Bolger proved a rare grasp for nuanced genre fare with brutal cuckoo-in-the-nest thriller Emelie, but here she finds a fractured strength as the widowed Sarah.
A mean and nasty, though sometimes funny, revenge tale that is also a female empowerment story. Sarah Bolger gives an award worthy performance in a role that should warm the cockles of many women's hearts. Winner Best Film FrightFest.
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After being coerced into helping a low-level drug dealer, she finds herself the target of a dangerous crime boss. Desperate to keep her family safe, Sarah turns the tables on her victimizers in one final act of brutal vengeance. Toggle navigation. Login Cart. Directed by Abner Pastoll.