Your Company


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United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland · 2019
1h 49m
Director Sophie Hyde
Starring Holliday Grainger, Alia Shawkat, Fra Fee, Dermot Murphy
Genre Comedy, Drama

Laura and Tyler, best friends, drinking buddies, and fellow hedonists, share a flat in Dublin and live according to their own rules. But when Laura gets engaged to an ambitious — and abstinent — pianist, the two find themselves drifting apart in this (belated) coming-of-age comedy based on the novel by the same name.

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The Guardian by Benjamin Lee

Its wild nature won’t be to everyone’s taste, but that’s sort of the point. It’s not a film that cares if you find these women charming or likable – it just cares that you believe them.


Variety by Guy Lodge

It’s the performances that punch through the illusion, as Grainger and Shawkat’s dynamic turns on a dime from raucous, debauched complicity to savage mutual confrontation — the kind of close, cold truth-telling that, where best friends are involved, results more often than not in hurtful lies being told.


IndieWire by Kate Erbland

Grainger and Shawkat are wonderful together, conveying the depth of a 10-year relationship with affection and honesty.


The Hollywood Reporter by Leslie Felperin

The book Animals is based on, a well-reviewed literary work originally set in Manchester, has been adapted by the novelist herself, Emma Jane Unsworth. So why does the end result feel so inert and contrived, even if it's exceedingly pretty to look at?

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