Scottish drama films after 2000

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Sweet Sixteen (2002 film) - Wikipedia

Sweet Sixteen is a 2002 drama film directed by Ken Loach. The film tells the story of a teenage boy from a troubled background, Liam, who dreams of starting afresh with his mother as soon as she has completed her prison term.

Morvern Callar (film) - Wikipedia

Morvern Callar received positive reviews from critics. It holds a rating of 78/100 on Metacritic, and an 83% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes with an average rating of 7/10. The latter's critical consensus states, "Morton quietly makes this quirky, enigmatic mood piece a compelling watch."

Young Adam (film) - Wikipedia

Young Adam is a 2003 British drama film written and directed by David Mackenzie and stars Ewan McGregor, Tilda Swinton, Peter Mullan and Emily Mortimer. The film is based on the 1954 novel of the same name by Alexander Trocchi.

Dear Frankie - Wikipedia

Dear Frankie is a 2004 British drama film directed by Shona Auerbach and starring Emily Mortimer, Gerard Butler, and Jack McElhone. The screenplay by Andrea Gibb focuses on a young single mother whose love for her son prompts her to perpetuate a deception designed to protect him from the truth about his father.

On a Clear Day (film) - Wikipedia

On a Clear Day is a 2005 Scottish drama film written by Alex Rose and directed by Gaby Dellal. It stars Peter Mullan as Frank Redmond, an engineer in the shipyards on the River Clyde, who becomes stagnant and quickly sinks into depression following his redundancy.

Hallam Foe - Wikipedia

Hallam Foe is a 2007 British drama film directed by David Mackenzie based on the novel written by Peter Jinks. The film was released in the United States as Mister Foe . The screenplay was written by Ed Whitmore and David Mackenzie and produced by Gillian Berrie.

T2 Trainspotting - Wikipedia

T2 Trainspotting is a 2017 British crime comedy drama film, set in and around Edinburgh, Scotland. The film was directed by Danny Boyle and written by John Hodge, based on characters created by Irvine Welsh in his novel Trainspotting and its follow-up .