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PRESS'A powerful film'
'A powerfully acted drama, beautifully photographed'
'The performances of Jarvis and Fassbender are outstanding'
'Another highly intelligent, involving film from one of the most powerful voices in British cinema'
- Peter Bradshaw, THE GUARDIAN
- Wendy Ide, THE TIMES
'A magnificent performance from newcomer Katie Jarvis'
- Sukhdev Sandhu, THE TELEGRAPH
- Kaleem Aftab, THE INDEPENDENT
'Ferociously gripping and features a fiery debut from young lead Katie Jarvis'
- Jonathan Romney, THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
'Bleak, beautiful and immensely powerful - this is British cinema at its best'
- Miranda Collinge, ESQUIRE MAGAZINE
'A gritty, witty, disturbingly sexual drama'
'Communicates the snatched pleasures and confusions of teenaged life with stunning intensity'
'Funny, moving and profound'
'Andrea Arnold has delivered the best film of the year so far... At this rate, she could well be the new Mike Leigh'
- Anna Smith, ELLE
'Powerful and poignant. The best British film of the year'
- Jonathan Dean, TOTAL FILM
'Unsentimental, brilliantly written, and sensitively executed, FISH TANK is a truly exceptional film'
- Sarah Gooding, SHE MAGAZINE
'Powerful, punishing, funny and beautifully observed'
'Filmmaking of highest calibre'
- Jonathan Crocker, LITTLE WHITE LIES
'Beautifully written, stunningly directed drama with a terrific, breakout performance from newcomer Katie Jarvis – FISH TANK is one of the best films of the year'
'Fish Tank is an extraordinary film, from the heart-stoppingly delightful direction to the incredible performances – it's also by turns heart-in-your-mouth suspenseful, laugh-out-loud funny and ultimately, deeply moving. Frankly, it's a masterpiece and, as such, unmissable'
'Searing, no-holds-barred British filmmaking to be proud of... fiendishly funny with one hell of an emotional punch... a jaw-droppingly good performance from newcomer Katie Jarvis as Mia'
- Robbie Collin, NEWS OF THE WORLD
'Troubled teen Mia (played by unknown Katie Jarvis) is travelling head first down a one-way road to self-
destruction. But when her dysfunctional mum's charming new boyfriend (a gorgeous Michael Fassbender) arrives on the scene, life suddenly seems more positive. Gritty and at times unbearable, this [is] bleak viewing, but if you're of the belief that a film can be both depressing and brilliant, you'll be blown away'
- RED MAGAZINE