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Page Eight [Aug. 29th, 2011|09:56 am]
Tony Grist
In the real world people who look like Bill Nighy don't have people who look like Rachel Weisz chasing after them, unless, of course, they are Bill Nighy.

David Hare has been famous for so long he probably doesn't know anybody who isn't of Bill Nighy's order of famousness.

Am I jealous of my old school fellow?

Possibly.

On the other hand when I watched his movie last night I was absolutely wanting to cheer for it. I thought he was going to give us some truth.  What we got was warmed over le Carre- spiced with zingy dialogue- enacted by Hare's famous mates the cream of the British acting profession. You know what? Ralph Fiennes is even scarier when he's wearing a nose.
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[User Picture]From: ron_broxted
2011-08-29 10:13 am (UTC)

Bedlam in "D" Division, Nottinghamshire police.

I missed 20 minutes when I took in a episode of "Family Guy". Saskia Reeves good as bitch Hom Sec (thankfully sans faux cockney accent in the dire "Luther") and Alice Krige good. So was it "good Palestinians, bad Israelis)? Bet that made Rachel Weisz wince, or vinzce, yes, nice film, Fiennes as sub-Blair, dash of Camergoon, MI6 bunch of onanists, Yanks bad (well not all) and Mr N walking off to fly into exile 9/10.
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2011-08-29 12:37 pm (UTC)

Re: Bedlam in "D" Division, Nottinghamshire police.

The acting was a treat. If only our real life politicos had the presence and magnetism of Reeves and Fiennes.
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