Release Date The Secret of Roan Inish Feb 3, 1995 Wide
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Actors For The Secret of Roan InishMick Lally,Eileen Colgan,John Lynch,Jeni Courtney,Richard Sheridan,Cillian Byrne,Pat Slowey,Dave Duffy,Declan Hannigan,Fergal McElherron,Frankie McCafferty,Gerald Rooney,Susan Lynch,Linda Greer,Brendan Conroy,Gerard Rooney,Eddie Erskine,Suzanne Gallagher,Pat Howey,Mícheál MacCárthaigh
Genres The Secret of Roan Inish : Drama,Action & Adventure,Kids & Family,Science Fiction & Fantasy
Visitor Ranting & Critics For The Secret of Roan InishUser Ranting The Secret of Roan Inish : 3.9
User Percentage For The Secret of Roan Inish : 84 %
User Count Like for The Secret of Roan Inish : 6,785
All Critics Ranting For The Secret of Roan Inish : 7.8
All Critics Count For The Secret of Roan Inish : 42
All Critics Percentage For The Secret of Roan Inish : 98 %
Review For The Secret of Roan InishThe rhythms are placid and the camerawork (by Haskell Wexler) is simple and unfussy. The film's a charm.
Bruce Diones-New Yorker
John Sayles' latest marks his entry into family-pic terrain, a crossing that draws pleasant but unexciting results.
Moving from passion fish to mystical seals, versatile filmmaker John Sayles' latest is a first-rate, all-ages fairy tale steeped in Irish folklore.
Michael Rechtshaffen-Hollywood Reporter
This is all rather low-key and uninsistent, but the settings are gorgeous, and Haskell Wexler's cinematography makes the most of them.
Jonathan Rosenbaum-Chicago Reader
Tales within tales, a subtle sense of economic and social realities, fine landscape photography and strong performances make for an engrossing, unusual fantasy.
Geoff Andrew-Time Out
One of Mr. Sayles's artistic strengths (and commercial liabilities) is his refusal to make movies that knock you over the head with larger-than-life characters and emotions.
Stephen Holden-New York Times
It's family entertainment in the best sense of the term.
-TV Guide's Movie Guide
One of his most accomplished movies, this is Sayles' corrective fable to a genre thas has favored male protags, exploring another outsider character, a young girl alone in the world.
A beautifully told faerie tale
Lyrical and lovely.
Nell Minow-Movie Mom at Yahoo! Movies
Unusually sweet Sayles tale.
Jeffrey M. Anderson-San Francisco Examiner
Magical fable from writer-director John Sayles is a departure -- and a great success.
A lovely and lyrical drama about the spiritual longing for home and the deep meanings that can be conveyed by family stories.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat-Spirituality and Practice
Sayles, as always, delivers the goods.
Bob Bloom-Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)
As menacing and wondrous as films get.
Walter Chaw-Film Freak Central