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Once Upon a Time in Anatolia Nuri Bilge Ceylan's enigmatic crime procedural takes its time revealing not much about the crime, but a great deal about male loneliness and regret. This long night's journey into day ends on a note of ambiguity that
Gillian Anderson as Miss Havisham in the 2011 BBC TV adaptation of Great Expectations . Photograph: Nicola Dove/BBC The tradition of the literary prequel or sequel has a long and chequered history. A few, like Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea , have
Get up close and personal with a "Harry Potter" star all this week. British actress Miriam Margolyes presents her one-woman show, "Dickens' Women," through Dec...December 4, 5, 6, & 8, and a 3 p.m. matinee December 9, with a post-performance talkback
Dickens described number 48 Doughty Street, an elegant terraced Georgian property, as 'my house in town'. It was where two of his daughters were born and his sister-in-law Mary died at the tragically young age of 17. Needing more space for his
Toby Irvine and Ralph Fiennes in Great Expectations: 'morally complex and eternally relevant'. Photograph: Moviestore/ Rex Features Made in 1946 in a peak period for British cinema that remains unmatched, Great Expectations is the masterpiece David
Jeremy Irvine has spent the majority of his burgeoning career on screen with a broad west country accent, first in Steven Spielberg's War Horse and now as Pip in a new adaptation of Great Expectations. So it's rather odd, in person, to hear him
Also up for review are Thomas Vinterberg's chilling The Hunt , and Rise of the Guardians , an animation in which the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny and Father Christmas realise they need a new member of the team to help fight the evil
David Lean's black and white 1946 version of Charles Dickens's novel is an acknowledged classic, and among the greatest rites-of-passage stories ever made. So it's a brave director who dares to attempt a colour remake.
They explain how their film differs from the 1946 David Lean classic and why Pip's journey to the big city is still the most memorable example of good corrupted by greed.
26 November 2012 The London skyline and Scottish highlands played a starring role in the latest James Bond film and now a new Hollywood blockbuster is set to give a further boost to Britain's tourist industry...Imposing: Englefield House in Berkshire