Let me preface this review by saying that I’m one of them ones with a lady garden. Having been subjected to the chatter of philosophical men (suspected)
Paddy Considine stuck in my head the very first time I saw him in Shane Meadow’s A Room for Romeo Brass and by the time he put in a terrifying
If you know a little bit about us at Directors Notes, then you’ll know we’re big fans of British director Shane Meadows and whenever possible we
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