A new poll has voted the best British film of the 21st century.
In the survey conducted by Massive cinemaselected by a selection of the UK’s leading film critics under the skin as the best British film since 2000.
Directed by Jonathan Glazer and starring Scarlett Johansson, under the skin is an art house sci-fi film about an alien hunting men in Glasgow.
Lynne Ramsays ranked second in the poll Morvern Callar, in which Samantha Morton plays a grieving woman who travels to Spain with her dead boyfriend’s money. The top 3 is rounded off by the beloved paddington 2.
Ramsay has another film in the top 10 with you were never really herein which Joaquin Phoenix plays a hitman, while Joanna Hogg and Andrea Arnold are two other directors The keepsake and Aquarium respectively.
Blockbuster by Alfonso Cuaron children of men is placed eighth during the Oscar-winning The favourite is at seven. Shane Meadows This is England finished sixth.
Rounding out the top 10 is Francis Lee God’s own country about two male farmers who fall in love with each other.
Aside from the film being chosen first, Glazer’s sexy beast came at 3 p.m.
The James Bond franchise is also represented twice, with Casino royale 41st place and skyfall in 57th place.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/best-british-film-21st-century-b2056458.html New poll names best British film of the 21st century