Life, in its humdrum sense, is worth avoiding. It's the factory for father, and the kitchen for mother. It's arguments at the dinner table. Missing children on the news. And through it all, a sense that things are slowly falling apart.
3 1/2 stars. The early life of Steven Patrick Morrissey and the events that led up to him meeting Johnny Marr and forming The Smiths. Jack Lowden is quite good as a young Morrissey, sounding almost exactly like him, and Jessica Brown Findlay is excellent as his unique friend, Linder Sterling. Worth catching if Morrissey interests you.