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HECTOR

Hector

Homelessness is a very serious problem in our society and usually discussed and viewed in grim terms. This film starring Peter Mullan, who plays the film’s eponymous protagonist, and directed by Jake Gavin however takes a lighter hearted approach as it follows the travails of Hector McAdam as he navigates his way between Glasgow, Newcastle and London. 336 more words

Filmhouse

Review: Stonemouth (S1 E2/2), Thursday 18th June, BBC2

The second part of this adaptation of Iain Banks’s penultimate novel needed to be better than the first. Of that there’s no doubt. I do have to put my hands up and admit that I got something wrong in my review of that first instalment – I said that episode hadn’t revealed why Stewart Gilmore (Christian Cooke) had been run out of Stonemouth, incurring the wrath of the town’s number one gang boss Don Murston (Peter Mullen on extreme gravel-voiced form). 561 more words

British Crime Drama

Hector. Film Review.

I was privileged to be at the premiere of this great movie at the Edinburgh International Film Festival tonight as guest of the co-producer, Simon Mallinson. 527 more words

Actress interview: Sarah Solemani - 'Peter Mullan is an actor’s actor. He didn't disappoint'.

British actress Sarah Solemani is best known for her roles in BBC comedy programmes ‘Him & Her’ and ‘Bad Education’, and this year she appears at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in ‘Hector’ alongside Peter Mullan and Keith Allen. 694 more words

EIFF 2014

Scottish Drama Stonemouth Proves Me Wrong About Iain Banks

Aside from our children, each other and cake, I reckon it’s fair to say the thing James and I love most is books. Our little house has more than its fair share scattered about the place, and I’m pleased to say our children seem to be picking up our passion too. 480 more words

Drama

Tyrannosaur

Tyrannosaur – Eine Liebesgeschichte (2011)
Tyrannosaur” (original title)

16  |  92 min  |  Drama  |  13 October 2011 (Germany)  (DOWNLOAD)

  Joseph, a man plagued by violence and a rage that… 35 more words

Drama

Freida Pinto joins Andy Serkis' Jungle Book

Following a BAFTA nomination for Best Supporting Actress for Danny Boyle’s Best Picture winner Slumdog Millionaire, Indian actress Freida Pinto has worked with the directors Woody Allen and Terrence Malick as well as starring alongside James Franco (127 Hours), David Oyelowo (Selma), Brian Cox (The Bourne Ultimatum) and of coarse an unforgettable Andy Serkis (The Lord of the Rings, The Prestige, The Avengers: Age of Ultron) as Caesar. 99 more words

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