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The More You Ignore Me

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It looks like a comedy story for a family living in the countryside of England. Gina is the perfect mother and wife developed by a strange obsession with the local weatherman, resulting in her transfer to the psychiatric and neurological hospital. Comedy begins when the years pass and her daughter Alice struggles to deal with her mother who is constantly being treated but perhaps there will be a mess that divides the family forever.
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Guardian
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July 06, 2018

It is a bit rough around the edges at times, with some pretty broad dramatic effects, but the narrative motor keeps humming and the sheer force of sympathy drives it along.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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July 05, 2018

An appealing, bittersweetly funny tale of a Morrissey-mad teenage girl whose life is regularly derailed by her mother's worsening mental state.
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Sunday Times (UK)
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July 09, 2018

Keith English's film of Jo Brand's novel has a typical Brit-flick kind of hokiness, and this limits the poignancy of the heroine's relationship with her mother.
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The List
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July 04, 2018

The way it interrogates and eventually embraces an unconventional female character and upends assumptions regarding mental illness is something to be celebrated.
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The Mail on Sunday (UK)
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July 09, 2018

Hunt is hugely watchable in the central role and Brand, adapting from her own novel, should be congratulated for stubbornly avoiding narrative convention.
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