'Rose' 2012

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The IMBD listing for 'Rose' 2011  can only be found via the leading actress' profile: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2005331/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_2
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Paul Kirby

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I don't understand your statement.

When I enter Rose in the search box atop nearly every IMDb page, I get a display of 200 results. Then when I tap the link "View: Exact title matches" near the top and to the right of the results, I get this:


And the title with URL you provided is the 5th listed, as Rose (I) (2012).

So I didn't have to know the actress. I just had to use the filter Exact Title Match.
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Paul Kirby

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The film makers Facebook page mentions the release date as 2011 and Britflicks 2018 so unless you know the release date of film it is invisible on IMBD....
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I tried with "Rose (2012)" and it shows at the first line...
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Paul Kirby

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The film makers Facebook page mentions the release date as 2011 and Britflicks 2018 so unless you know the release date of film it is invisible on IMBD....
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Paul Kirby

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The film makers Facebook page mentions the release date as 2011 and Britflicks 2018 so unless you know the release date of film it is invisible on IMBD....
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The filmmakers chose a very generic, very popular title for their film. They could have used IMDb before naming it to see just how invisible it would be.

Perhaps you should send the filmmakers a message via Facebook about this, so they update either the release year they show on their page or justify on IMDb why it should be a 2011 date there. Currently, the earliest release date is 15Apr2012, which is what IMDb uses to determine the date by the title. They don't need to pay for an IMDb subscription, they just need to submit an Edit with some justification for the earlier release date.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2005331/releaseinfo

Don't know what to say about Britflicks. That site doesn't look nearly so detailed about this film as IMDb.

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