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Lily James & Sam Claflin Clock In For Lone Scherfig's 'Their Finest Hour And A Half'

EXCLUSIVE: Lily James (Disney’s Cinderella) and Sam Claflin (The Hunger Games) are circling to star in Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest Hour And A Half… 208 more words

Movies

'The Riot Club' (Η Λέσχη της Κομψής Αλητείας) - [2,5/8]

Τα αβάσταχτα κακομαθημένα μέλη μιας κλειστής ελιτίστικης λέσχης φοιτητών στην Οξφόρδη, έρχονται αντιμέτωπα με τις σοβαρές επιπτώσεις των εξωφρενικών πράξεων τους.

Η Βρετανίδα θεατρική συγγραφέας Laura Wade διασκευάζει ένα θεατρικό έργο της σε κινηματογραφικό σενάριο, και το εμπιστεύεται στα χέρια της Δανέζας σκηνοθέτιδας Lone Scherfig, κι αντί εκείνη να μας δώσει κάτι σαν το απολαυστικό της … 11 more words

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The Riot Club (2014, Lone Scherfig, UK)

By Emma Burles (originally published in Oh My Daze, October 2014 issue)

Danish director of the critically acclaimed An Education (2009, UK), collaborates with rising playwright Laura Wade, on a film based on Wade’s award winning 2010 play Posh. 757 more words

Film Reviews

Mini-review: The Riot Club

Directed by Lone Scherfig

Written by Laura Wade

Starring Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth, Max Irons

Scherfig balances An Education’s idealisation of Oxford University with this saga of undergraduate decadence and debauchery. 114 more words

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FashionSkribo apresenta… “The Riot Club"

Hoje apresento-vos mais uma sugestão cinematográfica. Honestamente, penso que estamos a chegar à época mais “busy” no que diz respeito a estreias cinematográficas. Estamos nos últimos meses do ano, meses estes em que vários são os (bons) filmes a estrearem. 729 more words

Filmes

The Rotten Club

The Riot Club (2014)

Dir. Lone Scherfig

Starring Jeremy Irons’ son, Holliday Grainger, Tom Hollander for two scenes, Sam Claflin and some other posh twats. 387 more words

Reviews

The Riot Club

The Riot Club (Lone Scherfig, 2014) 4/5

It might be difficult to see that An Education was directed by the same woman. A film with… 271 more words

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