Movie Review: Being Flynn

With poetic flair, grittiness and sensitivity, American writer-director Paul Weitz (About A Boy) has given Robert De Niro his best role in years.

The Oscar-winning thespian delivers a powerhouse performance as eccentric and down-on-luck cab driver Jonathan Flynn, who reconnects with his son Nick (a superbly unhinged Paul Dano) after a long absence.

A soundtrack by Badly Drawn Boy adds to the indie flavour, while Julianne Moore provides strong support.

Being Flynn (M18)
Drama/102 minutes
Rating: 4/5 stars

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