This was one of the sensations of 2017, and was the closing film of the Leeds International Film Festival. It also won the Oakwood Cinema ‘audience choice’ vote earlier this year!
Three Billboards is an unusual film; it deals with murder, revenge, grief and loss, as well as police violence and racism, but it is also darkly comic. It contains some excellent performances, particular the three main protagonists: Frances McDormand as a woman who takes matters into her own hands after the murder of her daughter, Woody Harrleson as the local police chief, and Sam Rockwell as a singularly incompetent and violent police officer. (Please note: Contains some explicit language.)
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