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lucy watt Mar 3
If you see only one film this year, make it Brian Welsh’s BEATS. It is truly tremendous. Scottish film making at its absolute finest!! Not a single weak performance. A really excellent film
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Jemma Strain May 25
Make sure to catch the electric in the QFT!! It makes for excellent viewing!
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CiaranJMul May 21
Really enjoyed . Made those 90s raves I longed to be part of look brilliant, but really bloody scary at the same time! And what a great soundtrack.
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Jo Taylor May 10
Who wants to be revolting with me? Let’s ‘ave it! 🕶👇
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Caroline Stewart May 17
This summer is officially about to go aff! Is out today!
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Bernadette May 9
Went to see tonight, on the recommendation and in the company of my son. Really enjoyed the film and the story told so well. Thank you for the excellent story and for the reminder that it was on.
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Anna Wilczek May 8
This film is INCREDIBLE! ***** review from me in issue this month.
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Josh Slater-Williams May 21
Saw a second time over the weekend and it was even better. Get to it, everyone else.
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Morvern Cunningham May 9
Really enjoyed tonight, so glad I caught it. Best Scottish feature I've seen in a long time 🎥👌
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Hannah Broadbent May 25
Saw on Thursday, it's AMAZING!!! 🌟Definite must-see film🌟
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Amy Manson May 18
OUT IN CINEMAS NOW. It’s such a buzz, go see it with your nan! So proud of this wee gem 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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Òrla May 12
Well, is magnificent. A beautifully crafted tribute to the glory days of the rave revolution. A mighty celebration of friendship and a roar against social injustice. Intimate, epic, funny, moving and a EUPHORIC soundtrack. Go see.
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mark cousins May 10
I loved , directed by Brian Welsh. The emotion of Y Tu Mama Tambien, the energy of Trainspotting.
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Simon Price May 24
Impressed by Beats (the Scottish rave one, not the upcoming US hip hop one). Among other things, it gets two things right which are notoriously hard to do: a convincing dancefloor/club scene and a convincing trippy/drug scene. (Also enjoyed how the bad guys wore gel.)
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Maryam Hamidi May 22
is a thing of beauty. Thinking of the Arches & performing his stage version with moons ago. It’s film of great integrity that manages to be joyous and heart pounding, tender and funny. Pitch perfect actors and bold direction. Nice one.
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Tempeh T Ⓥ 🌱 May 13
I was invited to an advance screening of ‘Beats’ this eve.. It’s a warming tale of friendship and rebellion backdropped by the rave scene of the early 90’s.. bangin’ soundtrack and the best film I’ve seen for a very long time!! 😁
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David Orr May 20
You may think you don't want to see an indie movie about raves in Scotland in the 90s - but you really do. is brilliant and and the rest of the cast smash it.
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Andrew Rothney May 17
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Kieran Hurley May 17
listen in to 6 Music this morning to hear my man talk about tunes and films!
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Kieran Hurley May 15
Here. If yous want to see Beats, you've about a week to do so from this Friday. It's a wee indie film, it won't run and run, and when it's gone it's gone. And it really wants to be seen in the cinema, so please come! All screenings listed here:
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