Having spent vast lengths of his career on the other side of the pond, Tim Roth returns to British cinema for the first time in a decade, teaming up with first film filmmaker Rufus Norris in Broken. We had the pleasure of speaking to Roth ahead of the films March 8 release.
Broken – which won the top prize for Best Film at last years British Independent Film Awards – features Roth as Archie, an inherently caring father of two, who watches on as his daughter Skunk (Eloise Laurence) gets embroiled in a series of dramatic occurrences amongst their neighbours.
Roth speaks about his return to the UK, as well as his wonderful on-screen chemistry with newcomer Laurence – whom he also has high praise for, as the youngster shines in her debut feature film.
Broken is released in UK cinemas tomorrow 8th March.
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