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Ratings & Reviews

  1. DK's rating of the film The Ploughman's Lunch

    Could have been great considering the time period, but ends up a bit of a slog. Shot through with a rather lame cynicism that keeps you from sympathizing...well, with anything really. It doesn't even work as satire because the politics are all half-baked, one-note, and the acting likewise shockingly tepid (Charlie Dore's, a stand out in this respect). A low point for McEwan.