Rory’s Way

Based on a best-selling novel (The Etruscan Smile), Rory’s Way stars Brian Cox as Rory McNeil – a rugged old stubborn type, who reluctantly leaves his Hebridean island to travel to San Francisco for medical treatment. Once there, he moves in with his estranged son, and sees his life transformed through a new found bond with his baby grandson. There’s also one last chance for romance with Rosanna Arquette playing a gallery-owner, mystified by the Gaelic-speaking Rory. Filmed partly on the Western Isles and in the Durness are, this is a sentimental family drama which provides a tailor-made role for Cox. “It has a trump card in Cox, who holds it together with the excellence of his acting.” Daily Mail “I’d have happily watched Cox flirt with Rosanna Arquette’s museum curator for 90 minutes; her game attempts to parrot his Gaelic and a tentative kiss while gardening, knee-deep in soil, are strangely charming.” Observer 12A: contains infrequent strong language, moderate sex references

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