The Angels' Share Trailer & Clips


The Angels' Share full movie is released on Jun 01, 2012. Watch The Angels' Share online - the English Comedy movie from United Kingdom , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $13,090,471. The Angels' Share is directed by Ken Loach and created by Paul Laverty with Paul Brannigan and Siobhan Reilly. The Angels' Share is available online on The Roku Channel and Kanopy.

This bitter sweet comedy follows protagonist Robbie as he sneaks into the maternity hospital to visit his young girlfriend Leonie and hold his newborn son Luke for the first time. Overwhelmed by the moment, he swears that Luke will not have the same tragic life he has had. Escaping a prison sentence by the skin of his teeth, he's given one last chance......While serving a community service order, he meets Rhino, Albert and Mo who, like him, find it impossible to find work because of their criminal records. Little did Robbie imagine how turning to drink might change their lives - not cheap fortified wine, but the best malt whiskies in the world. Will it be 'slopping out' for the next twenty years, or a new future with 'Uisge Beatha' the 'Water of Life?' Only the angels know........

As know as:

La parte de los ángeles, Helkam shel mal'ahim, Enkelten siivu, Angelski delez, The Angels' Share

Release Date:

Apr 12, 2013

Release Date (Streaming):

Aug 13, 2013


United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Italy



Stream Service:

IFC Films

Production Companies:

Entertainment One, Sixteen Films, Why Not Productions

Official Site:

Official site (Japan)

Gross worldwide:



Four friends. One mission. Lots of spirit., Enjoy responsibly.


Deborah Ross
The Spectator
Part social realism, part comedy caper, and so good-natured, warm and affectionate it's rather a joy, even though it doesn't exactly add up.
by rottentomatoes, Sep 01, 2018
Michael Sragow
Orange County Register
Modest in scale, expansive in emotions, this movie is a rarity: a contemporary tragicomedy.
by rottentomatoes, Mar 03, 2014
Stephanie Merry
Washington Post
Despite its ultimate sense of optimism, the Glasgow-set dramedy nevertheless carries a sense of foreboding. And yet, that might not have been the intention.
by rottentomatoes, Jan 01, 2014

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