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Set Fire To The Stars Trailer


New York - the 1950s. A young and aspiring American poet, John Malcolm Brinnin (Elijah Wood), takes it upon himself to wrangle his favourite poet and bring him back for a performance in the United States. The poet in question, is a lyrically powerful, yet over-the-top hell raising Dylan Thomas (Celyn Jones). As Brinnin battles against the powerful and abrasive Thomas, his idolisation for the man falters. That is, until he steadily starts to understand what is truly going on inside the head of the poet. When the two men are finally on the same page, everything begins to become clearer for Brinnin; despite his ordinary world being totally shaken up by this new addition. 

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Nicola Duffett and Pink - Amanda Barrie, Nicola Duffett and Guests London, England - Press night for 'My Trip Down The Pink Carpet' at the Apollo Theatre - Departures Thursday 3rd February 2011

Nicola Duffett and Pink
Nicola Duffett and Pink
Nicola Duffett and Pink

Nicola Duffett and Pink - Nicola Duffett, London, England - at the press night for 'My Trip Down The Pink Carpet' at the Apollo Theatre - Arrivals Thursday 3rd February 2011

Nicola Duffett and Pink
Nicola Duffett and Pink
Nicola Duffett and Pink
Nicola Duffett and Pink
Nicola Duffett and Pink
Nicola Duffett and Pink

Howards End Review


Excellent
After 35 years of toiling and only one hit to their name (A Room with a View), the directing-producing team of Merchant-Ivory finally hit their stride with Howards End, a work that would become synonymous with their names and the template for their unmistakable style.

Slow, intricate, and deeply symbolic, Howards End ranks among the top films in their oeuvre. It's a history that, if you look at it closely, really amounts to three greats (End, Room, and The Remains of the Day) and a whole lot of nothing-much-else. But that's a subject for another day.

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Howards End Review


Excellent
After 35 years of toiling and only one hit to their name (A Room with a View), the directing-producing team of Merchant-Ivory finally hit their stride with Howards End, a work that would become synonymous with their names and the template for their unmistakable style.

Slow, intricate, and deeply symbolic, Howards End ranks among the top films in their oeuvre. It's a history that, if you look at it closely, really amounts to three greats (End, Room, and The Remains of the Day) and a whole lot of nothing-much-else. But that's a subject for another day.

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Set Fire To The Stars Trailer

Set Fire To The Stars Trailer

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