Funny Cow (2017)
Critic Consensus: Funny Cow rests almost entirely on Maxine Peake's performance -- which proves more than capable of shouldering the weight of this affecting period drama.
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Funny Cow is unusual enough to hold attention, but nonetheless a misfire: incoherent, arty in the wrong ways and often bizarrely misjudged.
This film is interested in the point where hate and humour meet. Its protagonist is a real cow. I loved her to bits.
It's...honest about the cesspools of knee-jerk racism and other forms of bigotry that passed for humour in the bad old days - some of which even the heroine dredges up to make her mark.
It's a tough, passionate and compassionate account of survival at all costs...and a troubling portrait of an unsavoury element of national character that still very much exists.
Funny Cow is one of the best British features of the year so far: an abrasive, tender and continually surprising affair whose comic moments sit next to scenes of irredeemable bleakness.
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