1 hours 26 minutes | Rated M ( Offensive language)
A teenager spends his summer listening to heavy metal music and trying to get along with his librarian mom.
Sometimes it just takes one actor to elevate a film from innocuous, take-it-or-leave it fare into something winningly tender – and if your first film’s needing that kind of lift-off, you could hardly do much better than Monica Dolan. Daily Telegraph (UK)
Days Of The Bagnold Summer has a lot going for it: a nicely judged sense of character, an eye for detail and strong performances, especially from Dolan. Empire Magazine
[A] funny, acerbic, yet surprisingly tender film… Observer (UK)