Review: ‘Rose Plays Julie’ is a deep journey into an adoptee’s inception

Ann Skelly stars in the complex psychological thriller 'Rose Plays Julie,' about an adoptee searching for her birth parents.

Review: 'Rose Plays Julie' Is A Deep Journey Into An Adoptee'S Inception

Los Angeles Times – by Sarah-Tai Black

There is a fine line to be drawn between overbearing self-seriousness and exposed emotional affect. Irish filmmaking duo Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor’s fourth feature film, “Rose Plays Julie,” is a rare example of the latter in that it is able to shape its story with an urgent intensity that feels neither overbearing nor contrived.

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