Articles Posted in the " Vanessa Redgrave " Category


  • Song For Marion

    Terence Stamp is back, guys. And this time, the highly-revered actor (“I don’t like to do crap [films] unless I haven’t got the rent”) sports a contemptuous scowl and a hard-hearted exterior, playing a grumpy old pensioner learning to cope with his wife’s terminal illness. Song For Marion sees Stamp as you’ve never seen him before; regularly putting on the kettle and for the first time, acknowledging his 70+ age in this heart-warming tale about discovering that it’s never too late to discover who you truly are.





  • Anonymous

    Roland Emmerich is putting aside the disaster flicks for a moment and indulging in a bit of Shakespearean conspiracy theory. It’s silly, lavish and fairly good fun. But can we please all just agree that Shakespeare wrote his plays? Please? OK, cool.


  • Coriolanus

    Ralph Fiennes’ directorial debut takes on one of the darkest and most violent of Shakespeare’s tragedies with gorily glorious results. Combining a talented and varied central cast with an intelligently updated script which transports the play to the war-torn present day, Coriolanus is Shakespeare for the Call of Duty generation.