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DVD review | Love Crime – It’s claws out for workplace rivals Ludivine Sagnier & Kristin Scott Thomas
Kristin Scott Thomas and Ludivine Sagnier are workplace rivals locked in a bristling battle of wits in cunning psychological thriller Love Crime (Crime d’amour), the last, posthumously released film from French director Alain Corneau (Tous les matins du monde), who … Continue reading
If you’ve a soft spot for romantic comedies you’ll fall hook, line and sinker for Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, a smartly written, hugely entertaining rom-com starring Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt. McGregor plays stuffy fisheries expert Dr Fred Jones, … Continue reading
Bel Ami, Guy de Maupassant‘s tale of the caddish young man who seduces his way up the social ladder in late-19th-century Paris, was previously filmed by Hollywood in a watered-down version as The Private Affairs of Bel Ami in 1947 … Continue reading
Acting in French clearly brings out the best in Kristin Scott Thomas – just watch her subtle, moving performance as an ex-convict seeking rehabilitation in I’ve Loved You So Long for evidence. Psychological thriller In Your Hands finds her in … Continue reading
Here’s a twisted and intense love story that will toy with your emotions and pull at your heartstrings. Starring Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Before Sunset) and Kristin Scott Thomas (The English Patient), The Woman in the Fifth is director Pawel … Continue reading
Film review | Salmon Fishing in the Yemen – Emily Blunt reels in Ewan McGregor. You’ll be hooked too
If you’ve a soft spot for romantic comedies you’ll fall hook, line and sinker for Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, a smartly written, hugely entertaining rom-com that proves the ideal showcase for Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt’s charm and chemistry. … Continue reading
This sombre Holocaust drama based on a best-selling French novel finds Kristin Scott Thomas in typically fine form as an investigative journalist exploring French complicity in the notorious Vel d’Hiv roundup of Parisian Jews in July 1942. An American woman married to a … Continue reading
Couch Potato Pickings | Gosford Park – a film for all you Downton Abbey/Upstairs Downstairs junkies.
Aristocrats and their servants have been dominating the telly over recent months. It all started in September with that ratings hit Downton Abbey. And then the BBC continued the trend over the festive break with three new Upstairs Downstairs episodes … Continue reading
Kristin Scott Thomas‘s adoptive country France has been giving her the best roles of her career lately – and French filmmakers have been encouraging her to go ever further in pursuit of emotional truth. Recently, she’s stripped herself of make-up … Continue reading
We Movie Talkers are used to having film crews taking over our headquarters from time to time – almost exactly a year ago, Woody Allen came to the Blue Fin Building to film some of You Will Meet a Tall … Continue reading