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To celebrate the release of The Five – recently seen on Sky 1 – created by the fiendishly smart mind of internationally acclaimed thriller writer Harlan Coben, we’ve got a Blu-ray and a signed copy of the script to giveaway courtesy of Studiocanal.
Four friends who have been bound together by tragedy all their lives are forced to face the past in the most horrifying way as The Five, from the fiendishly smart mind of internationally acclaimed thriller writer Harlan Coben, comes to Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD from July 4th, 2016, courtesy of Studiocanal.
When they were 12-years old, Mark, Pru, Danny and Slade were out together in the woods. Mark’s five-year-old brother Jesse was bothering them, so they told him to get lost. Jesse ran away and was never seen again… Twenty years later, Danny – now a detective – learns that Jesse’s DNA has been found at a murder scene. Is Jesse alive? »
If you were dropped into the middle of a conversation with Alan Cumming, this is how it might flow: “You know Geraldine James? Every time we see her… what’s that movie she’s in? 45 Years! With Charlotte Rampling – so nice to see a movie where they don’t cut back and forth all the time, and you get to watch people rather than being bombarded. Anyway, every time we see Geraldine James we go: ‘Would you like a bacon sandwich?’, because years ago I saw The Jewel in the Crown, and there’s a bit where she’s just had an affair with someone, and she comes out the next morning and says: ‘Would you like a bacon sandwich?’” He chuckles. “I’ve always »
- Aaron Hicklin
Chicago – There is something incredibly special when two old pros – in this case actors Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay – interpret an amazing exploration of a long relationship with a preciseness that creates life affirmation, despite the sorrows. There is truth in this film.
This one sneaks up on us, providing an almost innocuous secret as a plot engine, and then revving that engine to the breaking point – yet in a quiet and desperate way that most people live. A long marriage is ripe for land mines of raw feelings and repressed anger, and “45 Years” confronts it all, with two performers as the husband Geoff and wife Kate that absolutely understand what the story is projecting. Rampling and Courtenay take the smallest gestures, or turn of character, and make the most of those collection of moments. By the end of this film, we know Geoff and Kate, because who they »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
3 items from 2016
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