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Belfast

Belfast

No matter how far you go, you never forget where you came from.

Buddy is a young boy on the cusp of adolescence, whose life is filled with familial love, childhood hijinks, and a blossoming romance. Yet, with his beloved hometown caught up in increasing turmoil, his family faces a momentous choice: hope the conflict will pass or leave everything they know behind for a new life.

Release Date : 12 Nov, 2021
Duration : 1h 38m
Drama
Vote Average : 7.163 Vote Count : 882 Popularity : 17.487

Top Billed Casting

  • Jude Hill

    Jude Hill

    Buddy

    (Acting)

  • Caitríona Balfe

    Caitríona Balfe

    Ma

    (Acting)

  • Jamie Dornan

    Jamie Dornan

    Pa

    (Acting)

  • Judi Dench

    Judi Dench

    Granny

    (Acting)

  • Ciarán Hinds

    Ciarán Hinds

    Pop

    (Acting)

  • Colin Morgan

    Colin Morgan

    Billy Clanton

    (Acting)

  • Lara McDonnell

    Lara McDonnell

    Moira

    (Acting)

  • Lewis McAskie

    Lewis McAskie

    Will

    (Acting)

  • Gerard Horan

    Gerard Horan

    Mackie

    (Acting)

  • Josie Walker

    Josie Walker

    Auntie Violet

    (Acting)

  • Olive Tennant

    Olive Tennant

    Catherine

    (Acting)

  • Michael Maloney

    Michael Maloney

    Frankie West

    (Acting)

  • Turlough Convery

    Turlough Convery

    Minister

    (Acting)

  • Conor MacNeill

    Conor MacNeill

    McLaury

    (Acting)

  • Chris McCurry

    Chris McCurry

    Mr Stewart

    (Acting)

  • Elly Condron

    Elly Condron

    Mrs Kavanagh

    (Acting)

  • Samuel Menhinick

    Samuel Menhinick

    Paddy Kavanagh

    (Acting)

  • Vanessa Ifediora

    Vanessa Ifediora

    Miss Lewis

    (Acting)

  • Gerard McCarthy

    Gerard McCarthy

    Bobby Frank

    (Acting)

  • Sid Sagar

    Sid Sagar

    Mr Singh

    (Acting)

  • Mark Hadfield

    Mark Hadfield

    George Malpass as Scrooge

    (Acting)

  • John Sessions

    John Sessions

    Joseph Tomelty as Marley

    (Acting)

  • Mairéad Tyers

    Mairéad Tyers

    Auntie Eileen

    (Acting)

  • Drew Dillon

    Drew Dillon

    Mr Kavanagh

    (Acting)

  • Leonard Buckley

    Leonard Buckley

    Mickey Clanton

    (Acting)

  • Kit Rakusen

    Kit Rakusen

    Billy Clanton Jr

    (Acting)

  • Freya Yates

    Freya Yates

    Cousin Frances

    (Acting)

  • Nessa Eriksson

    Nessa Eriksson

    Cousin Vanessa

    (Acting)

  • Charlie Barnard

    Charlie Barnard

    Cousin Charlie

    (Acting)

  • Frankie Hastings

    Frankie Hastings

    Auntie Mary

    (Acting)

  • Caolan McCarthy

    Caolan McCarthy

    Uncle Sammie

    (Acting)

  • Ian Dunnett Jnr

    Ian Dunnett Jnr

    Uncle Tony

    (Acting)

  • Oliver Savell

    Oliver Savell

    Ronnie Boyd

    (Acting)

  • Orla McDonagh

    Orla McDonagh

    Karen Lambert

    (Acting)

  • Ross O'Donnellan

    Ross O'Donnellan

    Walter (Policeman)

    (Acting)

  • Olivia Flanagan

    Olivia Flanagan

    Mary Kavanagh

    (Acting)

  • Serrana Su-Ling Bliss

    Serrana Su-Ling Bliss

    Sharon Nicholas

    (Acting)

  • Rachel Feeney

    Rachel Feeney

    Mrs Ford

    (Acting)

  • Estelle Cousins

    Estelle Cousins

    Darlene Clanton

    (Acting)

  • Scott Gutteridge

    Scott Gutteridge

    Fancy Clanton

    (Acting)

  • Bill Branagh

    Bill Branagh

    Young Bill

    (Acting)

  • Joyce Branagh

    Joyce Branagh

    Supermarket Manager

    (Art)

  • Jimmy O'Dee

    Jimmy O'Dee

    Rioter

    (Acting)

  • Victor Alli

    Victor Alli

    Soldier

    (Acting)

Status

Released


Original Language

English


Production Country

United Kingdom


Budget

25,000,000


Revenue

30,000,000

Reviews

A review by Adriano

Written by Adriano on 07 Jan, 2022

I wanted to like this more than I did. It's fine, but it just doesn't resonate terribly well with me. Not to mention it feels a bit like a stage-play, taking place all on one street. I understand it's supposed to be the world through a child's eyes, but there's not much there. Conversations and issu...

A review by r96sk

Written by r96sk on 11 Feb, 2022

A swell little film, this. I may not have a connection to the events portrayed onscreen, but 'Belfast' is - despite the not so good true events that it's retelling - is a pleasant film to watch. With a perfectly timed length of around 90 minutes, this 2021 flick holds a lot of heart - it...

A review by JPRetana

Written by JPRetana on 27 Aug, 2022

Belfast is packed with powerful images — shot in Haris Zambarloukos’s majestic black-and-white cinematography (except for a handful of color shots at key moments, notably the escapist windows that film and TV offer the characters) — beginning with an early scene in which the young protagonist,...

A review by badelf

Written by badelf on 23 Sep, 2022

This is the kind of cinema that we always hope to see - brilliantly fresh, tight script, beautifully shot, amazing performances, an autobiographical-based story of the directory himself, Sir Kenneth Branagh, and ... Van Morrison soundtrack. In essence, it's a coming-of-age movie of an adolescent, se...