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Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool Blu-ray review: "Beautifully made, Jamie Bell gives the performance of his career"

I must admit I was wary of Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool before I even knew anything about it and, rather oddly I confess, that came down to the title. 502 more words

Home Entertainment

Inside No.9 : And The Winner Is...

I wasn’t the biggest of of fans of last weeks episode To Have and To Hold but I was really looking forward to this weeks episode staring Zoe Wanamaker, Noel Clarke and Kenneth Cranham. 308 more words

TV

Film stars also fail to live in Liverpool

Based on the book of the same name by actor Peter Turner, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool tells the story of the romance between the author (played here by Jamie Bell) and his self-proclaimed one true love, Academy Award winner Gloria Grahame (Annette Bening), in the days leading up to her death in October 1981. 402 more words

Cinema

Lady Audley's Secret (2000) - reviewed by George

Lady Audley’s secret – but which one? She has an out-of-wedlock child, she murders, perhaps accidentally, the child’s father, she sets fire to another character’s bedroom curtains and locks the bedroom door as she leaves, the bedroom being in an inn which burns to the ground, and on and on, living on lies and excuses. 271 more words

Movies

Drawing: Anne-Marie Duff and Kenneth Cranham in Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle

After its 2015 Broadway premiere Simon Stephens’ new two-hander HEISENBERG:THE UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE has arrived in the West End at the Wyndham’s Theatre. Directed by Marianne Elliot, it is the debut show for her new company Elliot and Harper and stars Anne-Marie Duff and Kenneth Cranham. 59 more words

Drawing

Review - Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool (Spoilers)

* This review contains SPOILERS for, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool *

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, directed by Paul McGuigan, offers charming, intimate little snapshots of a touching relationship, that warms the heart. 1,142 more words

Films