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THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY FIVE FILMS IN 2013 - 1989 WEEK
14. My Left Foot (Sheridan, 1989) - 14th JanuaryStarring: Daniel Day-Lewis, Brenda Fricker, Fiona ShawSynopsis: The life and times of Christy Brown, a man stricken with cerebral palsy, who learns to write and paint using the only limb he can control; his left foot.Standout Character: Christy, played by Daniel Day-Lewis, or Mrs. Brown, played by Brenda Fricker.Favourite Quote: "He said the porridge was lovely."Summed Up: And so, the end of 1989 week ties in with the theme for next week, Best Picture 2013 week, with a film that earned Daniel Day-Lewis his first golden statuette. Not to give any future films away, but next week might just include a film that’ll probably get him his third. About the movie; wouldn’t have thought it from the subject matter, but I’d really describe this as a feel good movie. It’s funny, heart-warming, sometimes depressing, but never really dark, or hopeless. Daniel Day-Lewis is phenomenal, as is Brenda Fricker, playing Christy’s dedicated mother. Interesting trivia; most scenes were filmed through a mirror, because Day-Lewis could only get the dexterity needed with his right foot. Plus, I’ll never get sick of an Irish accent saying ‘fuck’. Brilliant movie.Rating: 8 cannon-like penalties out of 10.

THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY FIVE FILMS IN 2013 - 1989 WEEK

14. My Left Foot (Sheridan, 1989) - 14th January
Starring: Daniel Day-Lewis, Brenda Fricker, Fiona Shaw
Synopsis: The life and times of Christy Brown, a man stricken with cerebral palsy, who learns to write and paint using the only limb he can control; his left foot.

Standout Character: Christy, played by Daniel Day-Lewis, or Mrs. Brown, played by Brenda Fricker.
Favourite Quote: "He said the porridge was lovely."
Summed Up: And so, the end of 1989 week ties in with the theme for next week, Best Picture 2013 week, with a film that earned Daniel Day-Lewis his first golden statuette. Not to give any future films away, but next week might just include a film that’ll probably get him his third. About the movie; wouldn’t have thought it from the subject matter, but I’d really describe this as a feel good movie. It’s funny, heart-warming, sometimes depressing, but never really dark, or hopeless. Daniel Day-Lewis is phenomenal, as is Brenda Fricker, playing Christy’s dedicated mother. Interesting trivia; most scenes were filmed through a mirror, because Day-Lewis could only get the dexterity needed with his right foot. Plus, I’ll never get sick of an Irish accent saying ‘fuck’. Brilliant movie.

Rating: 8 cannon-like penalties out of 10.