Thursday, April 30, 2020

CELIA IMRIE, CHARLES DANCE, STEPHEN MANGAN TO VISIT THE INN AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD! 1ST BOOK OF VISION 18TH CENTURY DRAMA PHOTOS WITH LOTTE VERBEEK, CHARLES DANCE

INN AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD  
TO WELCOME CELIA IMRIE AND CHARLES DANCE AS ITS GUESTS
Celia Imrie will lead the cast with Charles Dance
While you can currently enjoy her delightful theatrics in Love Sarah movie, one of our favourite British thespians Celia Imrie is already preparing a new movie for our viewing pleasure. The big screen adaptation of Alice Thomas Ellis' novel THE INN AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD will see her on film together with another famous thespian Charles Dance alongside Peter Firth, Stephen Mangan and Freddie Fox. Directed and written by Charles Dance himself, the story of the award winning book revolves around five people who respond to an advert to escape Christmas and all its enforced jollity in London and retreat to an Inn off the West coast of Scotland. This will be the first time Dance is directing after 15 years. He helmed the absolute trio of British divas Judi Dench, Maggie Smith and Miriam Margolyes in Ladies in Lavander back in 2004.

1ST 'THE BOOK OF VISION'   
PICS FROM PERIOD SET DRAMA
Speaking of Charles Dance, we will mention another of his upcoming projects today: it has been shot some three years ago but still no release date:
The film was shot back in 2017
THE BOOK OF VISION, which besides Dance also stars gorgeous Lotte Verbeek and Filippo Nigro and  Sverrir Gudnason! I have first photos from it for you today.

What's The Story Of The Film About?
The co production between Italy, Germany, United Kingdom and Belgium sees Lotte playing Eva, a mysterious doctor, who is searching for an answer to her urgent dilemma, as she unravels the secrets of 18th century physician Dr. Anmuth and his patients
First look at Charles Dance and Lotte Verbeek in the film
through studying his Book of Vision. Her supervisor Henry gets more involved in her life than he expected and is forced to confront his own nature, as Eva
Carlo Hintermann directed the period set drama movie
faces the biggest decision of her life. I shall update you on the project as soon as we get any new information on the Carlo Hintermann directed costume drama.

15 comments:

  1. I have not heard of Celia Imrie or Ladies in Lavender. Is this movie a quarantine worthy watch or will it have me in tears?

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    1. That is actually very sad, she's been around for decades and is widely famous and utterly amazing. It makes me extremely sad when Americans recognise famous actors from around the world, especially renowned, living legends, only if they stared in that Harry Plopper crap :( Makes me wanna kill myself sometimes. It is so tragic when Harry Plopper is the only film they know the likes of Jim Broadbent, Imelda Staunton, Kennet Branagh, Maggie Smith, Miriam Margolyes from. It speaks of such terribly offensive lack of not just education but basic politeness and class. We must teach our children to be open to the world and curious towards other countries, cultures, art etc.

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    2. PS my recommendations on what to watch from Celia Imrie would be The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Finding Your Feet, and Cranford series which is an absolute masterclass in acting as it has almost all I mentioned above and some more all shockingly amazing.

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    3. If it makes you feel better, I don't even know who you're talking about from Harry Potter! Except for Maggie Smith, I am familiar with her. I was always more of a reader than a movie buff so I may be a bad representation of the US. I'm going to watch your recommendation and circle back like always.

      P.S. I already bought a cream with collagen based on your recommendation! It is a very thick and heavy cream. Is that normal?

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    4. Mine isn't, but you probably have that feeling because you are using gel currently. Apply it only on your lines. The one I have from Avon is very light and refreshing.

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  2. "The Book of Vision" -- three years in post-production does not bode well. It usually signifies an unholy mess of a film that editing cannot save.

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    1. Or utter lack of finances which is rather common here in Europe.

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  3. I wish I could get invited to Scotland for Christmas. I'd love to get the hell away from the family for the holidays LOL

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    1. Just imagine the bliss! We really should sell everything we have and buy us an island in Atlantic or a hill in Scotland!

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    2. I'm down. Let me know when I need to buy my ticket.

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    3. I've nothing to sell, sadly :(

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    4. That would bring me zero monies, methinks.

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    5. If we pooled both of our families together, we'd be in the same boat with zero monies :P

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    6. We're absolutely pathetic.

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