This could well be the Spring pick-me-up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcdTN5soeQw
It appears that the eponymous Ridley Scott / Harrison Ford vehicle Blade Runner is set to get a sequel. From what I can delve (and I admit I’ve not tried hard) this seems to be the only official property touting this apparently well-documented reportage…
However: despite Skewed ‘n’ Reviewed suffering a hack their interview with Paul Sammon (who in turn wrote the equally layered Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner) is still available and does vaguely support the piece. Hooray… Continue reading
RT @ReplayGamerNet: Help make it happen for From Bedrooms to Billions on @indiegogo http://igg.me/p/78873?a=625476&i=twtr
RT @guardianfilm Channel 4, 00.45 tonight, Withnail & I. Tim Jonze on why it’s his favourite film: http://t.co/keet1paB #bestfilmonTVtonight
The only “lefty” rant I’ve seen on a stage, disguised as a theatre production, but fortunately it has something useful to say about “the class divide”.
As a result, Art (capitalised!) is brought to the masses; and although somewhat stymied by a fairly formulaic narrative (and an uneven approach to breaking the third wall), is worth a watch.
Lee Hall‘s efforts probably would find success on the small screen; but the speedy interplay between characters is by far one of its strengths.
Michael Hodgson as Mr (“Not a Professor?!”) Lyon was my favourite; but stand-out parts were produced by Brian Lonsdale adding a fire that’s only doused by the deliveries of Christopher Connel and Ian Kelly.
Apologies for any misappropriation: I have no program for reference! I also believe the cast has changed since the production was at The National, but I noticed no detriment.