Another Year Poster

Release Date: December 29th, 2010

DVD Release Date: June 7th, 2011

PG-13|2 hr 9 min

Plot Summary
Tom (Jim Broadbent) and Gerri (Ruth Sheen) are an older couple who have been happily married for a long time, making them an anomaly among their friends and family members. Gerri's friend Mary (Lesley Manville) is a single woman whose husband left her and who disguises her loneliness. Gerri tries to fix her up with another friend, Ken (Peter Wight), but is taken aback when Mary is more interested in the couple's adult son, Joe (Oliver Maltman), a lawyer who is considerably younger than she is.

Cast: Jim Broadbent, Ruth Sheen, Lesley Manville, Oliver Maltman, Peter Wight, David Bradley, Martin Savage, Karina Fernandez

Director: Mike Leigh

Genres: Comedy drama

Production Co: Thin Man Films, Simon Channing Williams

Distributors: Sony Pictures Classics

Ratings & Reviews

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  • Mike Leigh's latest film preserves the mystery of why another marriage has flourished over decades. That's not the stated subject of Another Year, but it's at the center of this enjoyable though insistently schematic comedy. show more

  • Acutely observed but gloomy and lacking narrative, it tells of 12 months in the life of a decent but dull suburban couple and their friends, most of whom you would go out of your way to avoid at a party. show more

  • It all comes down to affirmation vs. denial. Leigh chooses affirmation. And the result is life-affirming. show more

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