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Producers Warp Films (This Is England, Four Lions) and director Richard Ayoade (The IT Crowd) present a comedy which follows a 15-year old boy (Craig Roberts, Jane Eyre) with two objectives: to lose his virginity to the girl of his dreams before his next birthday, and to stop his mother (Sally Hawkins) from leaving his father (Noah Taylor, Shine, Life Aquatic) and hooking up with a new age mystic (Paddy Considine, Dead Man's Shoe's). Featuring original songs by Alex Turner and executive produced by Ben Stiller.
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Writer/director Richard Ayoade adapts author Joe Dunthorne's acerbic coming-of-age novel to the big screen with this comedy centred on the efforts of precocious Welsh 15-year-old Oliver Tate (Craig Roberts) to lose his virginity before his next birthday, and prevent his mother (Sally Hawkins) from having an affair with a smooth-talking spiritual guru (Paddy Considine) after his morose father (Noah Taylor) loses will to fight for his marriage.
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|The New Yorker David Denby In all, this is a movie that is partial to youth as a state of being. The grownups seem finished, as frozen in their lifetime roles as creatures out of myth or the Bible. But Oliver and Jordana have the freedom to go anywhere, do anything, become anything. Submarine is an exhilarating surprise.|
|Portland Oregonian M. E. Russell Submarine pulls off a nice little feat: It's a reference-heavy coming-of-age indie flick that feels fresh despite being, well, a reference-heavy coming-of-age indie flick.|
|The New York Times A.O. Scott This is the kind of story, as Oliver himself would admit, that we have already seen dozens of times. But Mr. Ayoade's keen visual wit and clever, knowing touches keep it surprising and nimble, especially in the quick, lurching early scenes, which are startlingly funny.|
|Slate Dana Stevens Submarine isn't a perfect film, but it's a terrific first one.|
|Movieline Michelle Orange Divided into three chapters in a largely unsuccessful attempt at structure, the voice and the style don't combine as explosively as they should to pick up the material's slack.|
|Philadelphia Inquirer Carrie Rickey The film's humor comes in part from the gap between what Oliver says and what the audience sees.|
|The Hollywood Reporter John DeFore Writer-director Richard Ayoade's feature debut is witty and quirky, with a gripping performance by Paddy Considine.|
|The Globe and Mail (Toronto) Jennie Punter One of the most irresistible films of the year so far.|
- Sally Hawkins, who plays Jill, also starred in Made In Dagenham and An Education.
- This film is based on the novel of the same name by Joe Dunthorne.
- This film was an official selection at the London, Sundance, Berlin and Toronto Film Festivals.
- This film marks the feature film directorial debut of Richard Ayoade. Richard is also a star of the TV series The IT Crowd.
- Paddy Considine, who plays Graham, also starred in Blitz and Dead Man's Shoes.
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BAFTA Award Nominations: 1
- 2012: Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer - Richard Ayoade