Rudy (2023)

  • Year: 2023
  • Released: 27 May 2022
  • Country: United Kingdom
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  • Language: English, Turkish
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  • Genre: Drama
  • Runtime: 108 min
  • Writer: Shona Auerbach, Diane Allton
  • Director: Shona Auerbach
  • Cast: Esther McCormick, Darren Day, Kanune Morrissey
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77% – Critics
90% – Audience

Rudy Storyline

Set in the heart of rural England, Rudy finds her relationship with her father being tested. Stuck as a proxy parent to her younger siblings and dealing with a recent loss, she feels increasingly pushed out when her home gets opened up to a paying guest. Through a newfound friendship with a boy from Coventry, she discovers fun, freedom and autonomy, but is it at the sacrifice of unspoken family wounds?

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Rudy Movie Reviews


Great film that was 10 years in the making. Watched Rudy last night in our village club. This really deserves bigger venues and audiences. A fine cast of new young faces and some older ones some who you will recognise. A lot of teenagers will identify with the younger characters and the same with older audiences and older characters. The meeting of two teenagers from different environments a farmers daughter struggling with the death of her mother and a young city lad raised by his grandmother. They have a shared interest in skateboards but some discover a wider depth in life effecting them both. Fine a screening and enjoy.

A joyful, complex love story

Rudy is perfectly balanced – tender and heartwarming, but with just enough edge to keep you believing and wondering what’s going to happen next. At its core is a love story, underpinned by compelling and authentic central performances, but there’s much more to the film than that. I was struck by its meditation on community and the ways in which people desire it and improvise it against the odds. Beautifully shot, it makes the most of Coventry’s extraordinary, layered urban environment. There are hypnotic passages where the music and images take over, and moments of almost unbearable suspense. The ending is perfectly judged, closing on an unexpected note of joyful ambiguity. Like all good films, it follows you out into the world and stays with you.

A rare gem.

I loved every second. It’s the kind of movie I thirst for, a world away from formulaic characters and plots. “Rudy” is uncontrived, almost innocent in its desire to show a human story rather than tell us how clever the filmmaker is. Its beautifully observed and engaging filled with delicate touches of every day life that reminded me how much we all share, away from the glitz and glare of “media” and overstated pieces.,Very human, very touching. I remember “Dear Frankie”, Shona Auerbach’s previous gem which mesmerised me in the same fashion. If you also long to watch a movie that invites you and allows you to determine your own emotional responses, walk alongside a family for a while as they navigate change, loss and tough adjustments with very little understanding of what they need except to feel safe, accepted and loved – all without it becoming necessary to get psychotherapy or have profound conversations, please watch “Rudy”.