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ENGLAND’S most-talked-about film of 2017 is the highly-anticipated British-language remake of David Lean’s 1985 comedy, Cinéma.
The film is expected to be released on November 4.
It has been widely praised for its emotional performances and its portrayal of the working class as portrayed by the likes of John Goodman and Bill Murray.
The film has also been highly acclaimed for its portrayal of a working class in the aftermath of the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, as well as the plight of the elderly.
The English version is the fourth British film to be awarded Best Foreign Language Film, following the success of the British remake of James Foley’s Blackwater, The Imitation Game and the Oscar-nominated Fargo.
A recent poll in the UK newspaper The Guardian showed that Cináma has been awarded a total of 16 nominations, including Best Foreign Film and Best Foreign Short Film.
“I’m really happy to have the film made and I’m thrilled that people love it,” Cinán said.
“I think it’s a very special film.
It is very beautiful.”
The film follows a group of working-class residents of London’s Hyde Park, in the aftermath of the nuclear attacks in which the US government is blamed for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people.
After being relocated to London, the residents continue to struggle with the daily grind of food, clothing and housing.
“It’s a really emotional film,” said actor Peter Sarsgaard, who played a working class man trying to cope with the economic crisis in his native England.
“The cast are really good.
The music is really good.”
Sarsgaard has also played the lead role of a working- class man, played by actor Danny Glover, in the film.
Cinán, who is also the co-founder of the film festival Cinés Cinema, is also one of the few English actors to have starred in several films directed by Christopher Nolan, including Dunkirk, The Prestige, Interstellar and The Dark Knight.
His previous credits include the 2010 thriller, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, as well as The Unbelievable War of the Worlds and Dunkirk.
Saks has been nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Actor category for his portrayal of a young boy played by Gavin Sheridan in The Unbeliever.
In the UK, Sak also starred in the 2012 film, Fool’s Gold.
He has also received an Academy nomination for his role as Mick McQuillan, in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, which earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Director.
Saks recently signed on to star in the Borat remake of the Russian-language film, The Master, which is scheduled to be shown in the US and Australia on November 8.
Boros, who also starred in the 2013 American drama The Butler, has also signed on for a sequel to The Master.
Meanwhile, Boris and Salsbury will also reprise their roles in the adaptation of Fanny Hill, a novel that has earned Boris an Academy Prize for Best Novel.
This will be the second time Braswell has taken on the role of Boys of a Certain Age, which was adapted by Maurice Cline into the 2013 film, Boys of the River.
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