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    Jon is a young boy who has a dream to be a artist. Oneday, he is invited to join a strange pop ban that is establish by Frank. Frank is a mysterious man who always wears a big mask and does strange thing. Onday, Jon discovers the big secret behind that big mask.  
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  • Actors of "Frank"

  • Characters of "Frank"

    Jon. Character of Frank
    Don. Character of Frank
    Played by: Scoot McNairy
    Clara. Character of Frank
    Baraque. Character of Frank
    Nana. Character of Frank
    Played by: Carla Azar
    Frank. Character of Frank
  • Directors of "Frank"

    Lenny Abrahamson. Director of Frank
    Lenny Abrahamson
    Birthdate: 30 November 1966, Dublin, Ireland
  • Creators of "Frank"

    Jon Ronson. Director of Frank
    Jon Ronson
    Birthdate: 10 May 1967, Cardiff, Wales, UK
    Peter Straughan. Director of Frank
    Peter Straughan
  • Critic Reviews of "Frank"

    Washington Post
    January 06, 2015

    Beneath those puppet-headed antics, and true to its title, Frank is improbably, disarmingly honest.

    January 06, 2015

    Michael Fassbender spends the majority of Lenny Abrahamson's irreverent comedy "Frank" buried underneath a giant plastic head, but the honesty of his performance is on full display.

    Entertainment Weekly
    January 06, 2015

    With the soulful Gleeson and a sweetly menacing Fassbender (under a giant helmet-head) at its center, the movie never loses its acerbic edge or its oversize heart.

    New Yorker
    September 05, 2014

    The whole thing is in danger of becoming arch and quirky, yet Abrahamson steers the final act of his drama toward a sombre, unhappy rumination.

    September 05, 2014

    "Frank" has a wry sense of humor, the ring of authenticity and glimmers of genuine wisdom.

    Detroit News
    August 29, 2014

    There's a perseverance to "Frank" that's also uplifting, a true spirit of unity among the damaged.

    September 20, 2016

    Don't see this movie. Or do, because it's really good. But don't, because you will hate yourself afterwards.

    The Film Stage
    June 21, 2016

    Abrahamson eventually tells us the answers, but he's far more interested in dissecting the intricacies and dynamic of a band along the way.

    Epoch Times
    May 24, 2016

    Anyone who knows working musicians will be turned off by the spectacle of such self-defeating behavior. No professional musician would act like this.

    November 09, 2015

    Michael Fassbender's face is not at the centre of Frank, but his evocative physical performance proves the film's central thesis: success is about a lot more than a great face.

    The Straits Times (Singapore)
    August 21, 2015

    Abrahamson finds a wider range of emotion from Fassbender's dollhead than other directors do from an ensemble of players.

    July 14, 2015

    A finely grained ensemble piece, more sober than it needed to be, and more complexly engaging.

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