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Emmett J Scanlan,
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Kate Loughlin is a vivacious young actress struggling to get her big break in the London film industry. When she lands an audition for the lead role in a massive movie franchise based on the 'Prince of Chaos' novels by legendary author Horatio King, she goes after the opportunity with all guns blazing. However a sleazy agent trying to pimp her to the director Vincent Catalano, pushes her to the other extreme. Determined to prove her strict professionalism, she starts second guessing Vincent's interest in her. Dáithí Carroll is an earnest young filmmaker studying in London. Chosen to direct one of his college's graduation films, he needs a crew. Enter Joanne Webber, a hard-nosed Londoner with a penchant for role-play and her eye on this vulnerable Irishman. Together they recruit a motley crew for their film, and Dáithí enlists Kate to star. A restless Vincent inserts himself onto their set through his friend and casting director Deborah Whitton, who is tutor to the young filmmakers. ... Written by
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I went to see Call Back Queen not really knowing what to expect. It was a nice surprise! It had some good laughs in it. I really enjoyed Amy-Joyce Hastings performance. Director Graham Cantwell and Amy-Joyce Hastings were at the movies and the audience were able to ask questions. It was great to hear some of the character development like one based on his grandmother. Questions were also received by Amy-Joyce Hastings. She was charming. I think she has a great future in film. This was Cantwell's first romantic company. I think he should do more. I like the name chosen for the film. The title caught my eye. That is why I ended up going to see it in the first place. Anyway..worth seeing.
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