2 items from 2010
Arthur (Bradley James) and Merlin (Colin Morgan) are being pursued by bandits in the forest, in a scene reminiscent of the BBC's other successful drama, Robin Hood (TV), as fans of this will recall. Arthur tells Merlin they'll outrun them before asking why Merlin never trusts him. Of course they don't outrun them and Arthur leads Merlin into a cave, and tells him he should trust him and that's coming from a future king. It's actually called The Valley of the Fallen Kings. Merlin tells him it's cursed but Arthur says it's only a myth. They'll be safe from the bandits and Merlin should, "trust me." Arthur is shot in the back by an arrow, as expected whenever he says to trust him, that's when things go awry. Merlin sees no possible way out for them and attempts to provide comfort to Arthur. He believes Arthur is dying. In this »
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Nine years after writer-director Justin Kerrigan's award-winning feature debut, Human Traffic, he's returned with a much more gentle and personal effort in I Know You Know. Where Human Traffic brought the rave movement to the screen with electrifying realism, this instead focuses on a semi auto-biographical portrayal of the relationship between a father and a son, in tribute to Kerrigan's own late father.
Robert Carlyle plays Charlie Callaghan, on whom the film opens as he delivers a Travis Bickle-esque assurance to his bathroom mirror that he has everything under control. Specifically, he's on a dangerous mission against telecommunications company Astro-Sat on behalf of Her Majesty's secret service. However, he also has to look after his young son, Jamie, played by Arron Fuller.
The audience sees the story unfold »
2 items from 2010
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