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God's Own Country Release Date

The anticipated movie God's Own Country is already released on Cinema, DVD and VOD in the USA and UK and Blu-ray in the UK. The upcoming Blu-ray release date in the USA is to be announced.

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Blu-ray
TBAConfirmed
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Cinema
October 27, 2017Confirmed
5
DVD
January 30, 2018Confirmed
81
VOD
January 30, 2018Confirmed
9
Blu-ray
January 29, 2018Confirmed
7
Cinema
September 1, 2017Confirmed
5
DVD
January 29, 2018Confirmed
81
VOD
January 29, 2018Confirmed
9
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God's Own Country

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Spring. Yorkshire. Young farmer Johnny Saxby numbs his daily frustrations with binge drinking and casual sex, until the arrival of a Romanian migrant worker for lambing season ignites an intense relationship that sets Johnny on a new path.

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What do the critics say?

Based on 11 God's Own Country reviews, God's Own Country gets an average review score of 79.
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thefilmstage.comCinema
But the chemistry between these two men is inescapable, their relationship growing almost imperceptibly, composed expertly in a nuanced script by Lee and unfussily filmed by dir...
1453d ago
90/100
www.nytimes.comCinema
God’s Own Country weaves a rough magic from Joshua James Richards’s biting cinematography and the story’s slow, unsteady arc from bitter to hopeful.
1453d ago
90/100
www.hollywoodreporter.comCinema
A closed-off young Yorkshire sheep farmer gets jolted out of his emotional numbness when an intense relationship develops with a Romanian itinerant worker in Francis Lee's debut...
1453d ago
3.5/4
www.slantmagazine.comCinema
In Francis Lee's God's Own Country, it's tenderness that's ultimately aligned with life-giving strength.
1453d ago
4/5
www.empireonline.comCinema
Johnny (Josh O’Connor), the twentysomething son of an ailing sheep farmer (Ian Hart), doesn’t expect much from his life in rural Yorkshire beyond several pints and an anonymous ...
1453d ago
4/5
www.theguardian.comCinema
This Yorkshire-set story about a relationship between a farmer and an immigrant worker is a beautifully judged, unsentimental study from first time director Francis Lee.
1453d ago
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