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Journeyman (2017)

A boxer suffers a serious head injury during a fight, and must deal with the consequences.

Journeyman (2017)

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Released Year: 2018
Runtime: 92 minutes
Genre: Drama, Sport
Directors: Paddy Considine
Writers: Paddy Considine


A boxer suffers a serious head injury during a fight, and must deal with the consequences.



Time Out - Phil de Semlyen
Journeyman may be intimate but it never feels small.
Empire - Unnamed
A boxing drama with a difference, Journeyman packs a powerful punch — and reminds us not to take Paddy Considine for granted.
CineVue - Unnamed
Journeyman is not a pleasurable watch, but as a quietly devastating and heartfelt approach to trauma and those affected by it, it’s a winner.
The Telegraph - Robbie Collin
Considine resists the usual narrative urges to bring down any kind of judgement or redemption, or to “make sense” of Matty’s story beyond the sense he himself can make of it. The film is not looking for a scapegoat. It just lets its characters live.
Variety - Guy Lodge
If Considine doesn’t seem to know his characters as intimately as he did in his debut, however, he still knows acting inside out. It’s his unguarded conviction in the lead — and that of a superb Jodie Whittaker as his devoted but devastated wife — that finally lands Journeyman a victory on points, if not quite a knockout blow.

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