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A young boy and his working class family experience the tumultuous late 1960s.
★★☆☆☆ | Read our full Belfast review
It’s a rich and deeply personal premise, but one that is robbed of its emotional power by a consistently clunky script that keeps the family at its heart from ever feeling convincingly real.| Read in full: Belfast film review We Love Cinema
The film moves with an easy swing from home to street to schoolroom to pub and back home, and it’s perhaps fullest and richest when nothing specifically tragic or Troubles-related is happening.The Guardian
Looks like someone enjoyed Roma a bit too much.Little White Lies
Thanks to Jude Hill’s bright-eyed, uncannily believable performance, Belfast picks up every time he’s on screen.Sight and Sound