Sing Street rock 'n' rolls the coming of age movie. It does all the things one never dared to do and more without ever losing touch.
It might be improbable in its unyielding force and craziness but it stays authentic and surprisingly grounded. The central themes work: the humour, the romance, the bully, the relationship between the two brothers and of course the music. The music is absolutely fantastic.
After the great Once, John Carney has created another remarkable film that despite being completely different, manages to embrace the style and even keep up with (and at times overtake) the musical quality of Once.