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Listen: Russell Crowe Interviewed About The Water Diviner

The BBC’s Simon Mayo interviews Russell Crowe about his directorial debut, The Water Diviner. Who’d have guessed he’d be a demanding director?

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Russell Crowe's New Australian World War 1 Epic 'The Water Diviner'

Whilst it has been released in different parts of the world already, next week sees the UK release of Russell Crowe’s latest film ‘The Water Diviner.’ Set in the aftermath of Gallipoli, it follows one Australian man’s quest to find out what happened to his sons who, like 416,809 other young Australians, enlisted and left home to fight for Britain and the Empire in the First World War. 16 more words

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Five Hardest Actors to work with in Hollywood

After appearing in movie after movie, some actors let the fame go to their head.  Whether they want more say in the script or demand a higher pay, these are the five hardest actors to work with in all of Hollywood. 474 more words

Friday 27th March 2015 - That's one packet down, goodness knows how many left to go!!

Today on the allotment I sowed my first seeds, I’m so excited!! I know that it’s much later than normal, but the weather has been too cold. 274 more words

The water diviner, avant première avec Russell Crowe

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Russell Crowe, Olga Kurylenko, Yilmaz Erdogan, Cem Yilmaz


1919, Joshua Connor, un fermier australien, a perdu ses trois fils lors de la première guerre mondiale, durant la bataille de Gallipoli. 1,352 more words

Films En Salle 2015


The Water Diviner is a historical fictional drama show casing theheart wrenching tale of a father Connor portrayed by Russell Crowe  who after the battle of Gallipoli  travels from Australia to Turkey to find his three missing sons who came up missing in action . 332 more words


Review: The Water Diviner

Making his directorial debut, the world finally receives the true vision of everyone’s favourite chisel jawed, phone throwing, all-singing(?) Aussie. C’est un film de Russell Crowe… 234 more words

David Rank