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Mem Ferda Attends 'My Hero' Film After Party

Kierston Wareing , Mem Ferda - Mem Ferda attends the Raindance Film Festival 'My Hero' film after party at BAFTA, Piccadilly - London, United Kingdom - Friday 25th September 2015

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Raindance Film Festival Opening Gala

Kierston Wareing - Raindance Film Festival Opening Gala at the Vue Piccadilly at Vue Piccadilly - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 23rd September 2015

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Raindance Opening Night Gala

Kierston Wareing - Raindance Opening Night Gala held at the Vue West End - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 23rd September 2015

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Raindance Film Festival - 'My Hero' Premiere

Kierston Wareing - Raindance Film Festival - 'My Hero' premiere at Vue Cinema Leicester Square - Red Carpet Arrivals at Vue Cinema Leicester Square - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 23rd September 2015

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Celebrities At Sundown Festival

Kierston Wareing - Celebrities at Sundown Festival at norfolk show ground - Norwich, United Kingdom - Saturday 5th September 2015

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The Liability Review


Very Good

Blackly comical writing and direction add a playful slant to what could have been a typically over-serious British crime thriller. And there's also a coming-of-age element to the plot that holds our interest. It's all relatively simplistic, and never really goes anywhere, but the offbeat approach and vividly well-played characters make it worth a look.

Rising-star Brit Jack O'Connell (Skins) plays 19-year-old Adam, a goof-off who thinks it's hilarious when he wrecks his stepdad Peter's (Mullan) pricey car. But Peter is a mobster, and his patience is wearing thin. Without telling Adam's mother (Wareing), he gives Adam a job to help pay for the damage. He'll be a driver for Roy (Roth), who turns out to be a hitman on a nasty mission. This opens Adam up to a world he has never known, and as the stakes begin to rise he has to grow up very quickly. Then things get even more intense when he and Roy encounter a backpacker (Riley) who sends them on a crazed cat-and-mouse chase.

Mixing comedy with suspense isn't easy to pull off, but writer Wrathall and director Viveiros manage it by keeping the humour pitch black and playing everything dead straight. O'Connell portrays Adam as a hapless buffoon who has no idea how to behave in any given situation. But he's deeply likeable, so we root for him in the face of Roy's stony silence. Roth can play this kind of thug in his sleep, but stirs in some wry exasperation and even a low-lying emotional resonance as things develop. And the chemistry between them never feels remotely safe.

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The Liability - Clip


Adam is just 19-years-old but, after managing to prang his mother's mobster boyfriend's car, is coerced into performing a driving job for jaded hitman Roy who, apart from being visibly annoyed at having to mentor a kid who knows less about organised crime than the average person, would like nothing better than the chance to finally retire from his life of killing. They drive to Northumberland where the unlikely duo dispose of their target deep in a woods. However, despite their presumed isolation, they are spotted by a beautiful young girl who they understand they must also kill to save their own skins. She manages to make an escape though, with some extremely important evidence and the assassins are forced to chase her down. Along the way, they find out her identity and connections that place Adam's stepfather involved in some debauched dealings.

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Fish Tank Review


Extraordinary
Andrea Arnold takes a confident step forward with the follow-up to her acclaimed debut Red Road. This is an almost unnervingly naturalistic look at a teen's life, anchored by a fierce central performance.

Mia (Jarvis) is 15 and lives in a council flat with her peroxide-blonde mum Joanne (Wareing) and her sharp-tongued little sister Tyler (Griffiths). Her only interest is in dance, and she's preparing for an audition that she hopes will get her out of her grim Essex life. In the meantime, she finds herself intrigued by Joanne's latest boyfriend, Connor (Fassbender), although she's not sure if it's as a father figure or something else entirely. And she also decides to free an old horse owned by a neighbour (Treadaway).

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