Max Macmillan, starred as Peter Stemp played the Sonata No. 13, Andante (Violin Solo) Written by Giuseppe Tartini Performed by Max Macmillan See more »
The sidewalks in London have tactile tiles for the blind pedestrians. They weren't mandated or installed until after the passage of Disability Discrimination Act 1995. This sequence of film took place in the first half of 1980s. See more »
It's NOT a competition.
Everything's a competition, read your Darwin.
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Creative editing of a predicable but creative screenplay
Watched on the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. Quite the emotional tug. Stitching the movie's three timelines together was interesting, and in parts the dialog -- spartan -- was excellent. The so-called shocker ending was rather ad hoc, but I would recommend this movie.
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