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Unsurprisingly, Knight of Cups boasts an impressive big name cast. Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett and Natalie Portman have all cleared space in their diary to work with this formerly reclusive auteur.
This is a feature charting the true story of Olympic athlete, Louis Zamperini (played by Jack O’Connell); an Italian-American who was enlisted in the WW II effort on behalf of the Allies.
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Every so often a documentary is made, which really captures the minds and hearts of its audience. In the last year, the genre, which has often been sidelined to television, has generated some of it’s biggest and most successful releases on the big screen including Searching For Sugarman, Marley, The Imposter, Hit So Hard and [...]