The kilt is common in depictions of Scotland, even when anachronistic, so when looking at the films of Orson Welles you would expect to find the plaid in Macbeth (Orson Welles, 1948). 93 more words
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THE FRENCH CONNECTION II is a pretty good follow-up, really. Different enough from the original (we’re in France, the whole time, for one thing) it still has enough of the same grime (Marseille gives good grime), loud, incoherent sound, and surliness to feel like a continuation. 261 more words
Film: 'Intolerable Cruelty' - "I said I wouldn't whilst I wasn't which implies no promise once I am."
Divorce and Divorce Lawyers hardly seem an obvious theme for a romantic comedy. Which probably explains why ‘Intolerable Cruelty’ is labelled as a romantic black-comedy. 227 more words
I am absolutely thrilled and very lucky to be able to host an interview with the wonderful Catherine Johnson, writer of many, many books and TV projects (her CV includes writing for 1,021 more words