Shadow Dancer


Action / Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 82%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 52%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 10958


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Gillian Anderson as Kate Fletcher
Clive Owen as Mac
Aidan Gillen as Gerry
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700.20 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 41 min
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1hr 41 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by samtrak1204 1 / 10

Racist Movie


Where was this movie made? UK? I'm just sitting down to view SHADOW DANCER on Netflix and decided to do a little preliminary research just for the hell of it.

The first thing I noticed is black actors are missing in action. I don't see one black face among the principal cast. Are there are no black Brits or African-Americans in Intelligence or the CIA?

This is racist BS!

I'm not even sure I want to watch it now.

Reviewed by paul2001sw-1 6 / 10

Plausible but listless

Andrea Riseborough is very good in 'Shadow Dancer', James Marsh's film about a reluctant IRA informer. I usually think of her as an archetypal English rose, but she plays a tough young Irishwoman with aplomb. The film, however, is extremely low key, especially Clive Owen, whose catatonic performance seems to be what his director ordered, but which adds to the general feeling of listlessness. The plot is nicely judged, but the execution lacks the tension the subject matter should impart.

Reviewed by danren121 6 / 10

Not a true story, but still quite good

This is the sort of film where "based on a true story" answers the question as to why it is such a morose and un extraordinary affair. This isn't based on a true story but the conception of it was obviously more concerned with a mood of realism than an opportunity to crank up the audiences excitement. On the topic of it being a sobering look at the precarious situation of a Republican female activist turned informer and her surreptitiously fragile relationship with a British Government agent one wonders why amidst growing suspicion no one is given the task of simply following her when she goes out in one of her bright red outfits ostensibly for an afternoon stroll but really to meet her government contact. Overall it is a coherent picture of bleak urban life in Northern Ireland, and the baleful undercurrent stirred by the protagonists exposure to internecine strife incurred by her own actions and the organisations proclivity to use violence are enough to carry the film.

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