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Day 3: Woman Without A Plan

“All my divination cards are blank, and my crystal ball is cloudy.” – T’s Truth

                                              The question of today is:
"What do I want my life to look like?" 245 more words

All Is True - G.L.

Renowned for his Shakespearean escapades both on screen and stage, Kenneth Branagh now embodies the great writer as he stars in Ben Elton’s latest Tudor drama… 503 more words


The Casting Game No. 99

Kenneth Branagh played by (hello!) Jason Isaacs

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Operation : Daybreak (1975)

This WW2 tale of espionage and the underground resistance from director Lewis Gilbert plays it straight as opposed to the three 007 adventures he helmed including You Only Live Twice. 836 more words

Daily Take

Adult literacy and Shakespeare

I really enjoyed All Is True, Kenneth Branagh’s new film about the aging Shakespeare. It’s visually stunning and well-performed, and explores a range of contemporary concerns with age, gender, status, creativity, loss, and love, but does so without losing sight of seventeenth century values and hierarchies. 208 more words



Screen 3 of the Everyman Cinema in Stratford was full yesterday afternoon for the screening of Kenneth Branagh’s new film, All is True. Not surprisingly we knew many of the locals settling down with their tea or coffee and cake, with the average age teetering precariously around 75. 59 more words

Steve Newman Writer

All Is True

By stating the events as such fact, and basing them in mostly truth, the film seems unkindly misleading, and that gives All Is True an unwanted, overbearing demeanour… 363 more words