By Preston Barta
After the firestorm of success that was A STAR IS BORN, dramas about music have been sprouting up more and more it seems. The Scottish film WILD ROSE, about a young and talented musician from Glasgow (the riveting Jessie Buckley) who chases her dreams of becoming a Nashville country singer, had its regional premiere at the South by Southwest Film Festival this week. The film is beautifully tender and has an energy that is absolutely infectious, which is mostly because of Buckley’s incredible performance as the titular Rose-Lynn Harlan.
We had the opportunity to sit down with star Jessie Buckley and her WILD ROSE director, Tom Harper (WAR & PEACE, PEAKY BLINDERS), at SXSW to talk about how the film puts viewers in touch with the younger selves, their approach to the genre and its loving message.
Our SXSW Interview with WILD ROSE star Jessie Buckley and director Tom Harper:
WILD ROSE premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival on March 11, 2019. Neon will be releases the film in theaters on May 10, 2019. We will keep you updated on any release date changes.
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