For a better experience on MUBI, update your browser.

Ratings & Reviews

  1. SafeStanding's rating of the film Garage

    A slow paced tale set in a slow paced town. Abrahamson really makes you feel you're there and living the boredom alongside the characters. The film is a realistic portrayal of human life and the struggle in coming to terms with our perceived pointlessness.

  2. Jeremy Ashlyn's rating of the film Garage

  3. -REM-'s rating of the film Garage

  4. matt pelly's rating of the film Garage

    Beautifully acted but boring - probably great if you're Irish. The horse was good.

  5. Richie Hayes's rating of the film Garage

    Greatest of all Irish movies.

  6. Matthew Martens's rating of the film Garage

    I'm working through Abrahamson's output in advance of the release of Frank later this month, and wondering how the hell I've missed him before now. Garage, like Adam & Paul before it, evinces a central concern with befuddled, not-quite-outcast, but not terribly bright characters muddling along on the fringes of Irish society. Josie, Garage's sweet, permanently confused protagonist, is almost a Bressonian saint.

  7. marco davanzo's rating of the film Garage

    Great great movie. The acting is amazing. i totally agree with the comment below.

  8. comeandsee's rating of the film Garage

    a complete masterpiece. funny, touching, moving and visually stunning. the subtle hints at religious undercurrent are all unravelled with the resurrection subtly evoked at the ending. anne marie duffy is superb, and her irish accent is superlative. the main performances are understated, and worth all the acclaim they recieve. this is exactly what makes irish cinema so exciting.