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

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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

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Review - Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool

The new film by director Paul McGuigan (Victor Frankenstein, Lucky Number Slevin, Gangster Number 1) is an adaption of the book (of the same name) by Peter Turner. 270 more words

Film Review

Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool (2017)

Kind of a biopic, but because Gloria Grahame didn’t have a huge screen presence in her later years, Annette Bening doesn’t have to worry about an accurate impersonation of the actress, but can instead work on capturing the essence of an ageing star whose success has waned and who is frightened of growing old. 147 more words

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Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool

17/11/17

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool is Peter Turner’s story. Based on his memoir of the same name, the film, scripted by Matt Greenhalgh, tells of Turner’s affair with fading film star, Gloria Grahame, and the extraordinary tale of how she came to live out her last days with his mum and dad in 1980s Liverpool. 332 more words

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Theatre Round Up | Heisenberg, The Toxic Avenger, Motown The Musical.

I’m publishing this post on my birthday! I’ve been out of the office since Wednesday and have been treating myself pre- turning 21 by immersing myself in theatre. 741 more words

Theatre

Heisenberg (Wyndham's)

Your enjoyment of this clever drama by Simon Stephens may depend on whether or not you find the idea of a 42 year old woman and a 75 year old man having an intimate relationship acceptable, and whether you find the performances of Anne-Marie Duff and Kenneth Cranham convincing. 196 more words

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Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle

Yes, it’s a play not a scientific theory. You can always rely on Simon Stephens for something different – he must have the most diverse body of work of any playwright. 257 more words

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