Homodrama God’s Own Country attracts full halls

The award-winning drama God’s Own Country turned out to be a big hit in the Dutch cinemas.

The multi award-winning film, which was premiered during the Pink film festival, drew in four days time, more than ten thousand visitors. That made distributor September Films Tuesday known.

God’s Own Country tells the story of a rebellious teenager (Josh O’connor) who are standing try to keep on the sheep farm of his disabled father. There seems, however, something in his life to change as the Romanian immigrant Gheorghe (Alec Secareanu) reports to Johnny during the lammermaanden to help.

The film was previously awarded at the Berlin film Festival and the British Independent Awards. God’s own country is currently running in thirty rooms. The best-visited film in Dutch cinema remains Ready Player One by Steven Spielberg.

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