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Tomato Red

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When small town drifter Sammy Barlach drives into town on the search for his next cold beer and the bunch that'll have him, he gets a lot more than he bargained for. Food, lodging and the possibility of a better future thanks to redheaded Jamalee and her brother Jason who dream of hitting the big time. But breaks aren't easy to come by if you live in Venus Holler. Finding themselves powerless against the forces of corruption and prejudice, the hardest thing Sammy has to fight is the demons inside his own head.
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Screen International
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February 26, 2017

A film that's like a lost and wandering tourist, in need of a map, and, ultimately, a fast exit.
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RTÉ (Ireland)
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March 02, 2017

Tomato Red is a strong, engaging film in which Irish director Juanita Wilson manipulates the dramatic elements to engender a keen sense of pathos and despair.
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Guardian
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February 24, 2017

Ultimately it's a case of all surface, no feeling.
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Film Ireland Magazine
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March 02, 2017

The cast are given the space to make the most of each scene, which they do ably. They are captured along the way by Piers McGrail's captivating cinematography, along with the vast and expansive scenery.
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Sunday Independent (Ireland)
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March 06, 2017

Friel, the film's Southern-noir stylings and Wilson's stealthy composition, are the strong cards here. Its two central characters, however, could have done with a bit more narrative purchase for us to hold on to and get behind.
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Irish Times
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March 02, 2017

The picture is not in the same class as the two previous Woodrell adaptations, but it has unmistakable personality.
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