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The Ones Below Trailer


Kate (Clémence Poésy) and Justin (Stephen Campbell Moore) at the beginning of the film are a happy couple that are expecting their first child together. Soon they welcome their first child and they lives in a London flat. However this family dynamic is interrupted with the arrival of another couple Jon (David Morrissey) and Teresa (Laura Birn) who are also expecting their first child. Kate has been harbouring thoughts about not being able to love her child and be the mother that she needs to be in order to care for the baby creating a narrative that quickly escalates in to a chilling thriller.

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Hanna Review


Very Good
Pacey and offbeat, this cat-and-mouse film keeps us on our toes by layering the action thriller with fairy tale parallels. And the cast is strong enough to keep us engaged even when the plot skips over some glaring implausibilities.

Hanna (Ronan) has spent her entire life deep in the snowy woods, where her ex-spy dad (Bana) has raised her to be the ultimate super-agent. Now 16, she's ready to face up to her wicked nemesis Marissa (Blanchett), the agent who killed her mother. But Marissa has caught her trail, and as they chase each other Marissa calls in a ruthless German henchman (Hollander) for help.

Meanwhile, Hanna hides out with a sparky British teen (Barden) whose hippie parents (Williams and Flemyng) have no idea what's going on.

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Tamburlaine Changes Spark Ire


Tamburlaine The Great Christopher Marlowe David Farr Terry Hands

Producers of the London stage production of Tamburlaine The Great have come under fire after censoring the Christopher Marlowe play for fear of angering Muslims.

While Marlowe had intended for the Koran to be burned onstage, David Farr, who directed and adapted the play, feared it would spark an uproar - particularly in light of the London bombings on 7 July (05).

Instead of the Islamic book being set alight, audiences will now see "a load of books" on fire.

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