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Movie review: Roddy Doyle's 'Rosie' is a heartbreaking tale of an Irish family's resilience

Other films have bigger budgets and more glamorous stars, some even take home more awards. But few if any can quietly move you as much as "Rosie."

A very fine socially conscious drama in the classic Irish tradition, "Rosie" tells a sobering tale that's "based on too many true stories," the narrative of a mutually supportive family made homeless through no fault of its own.

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