Black Narcissus is a new three-part drama/mini-series based on the 1939 novel of the same name by Rumer Godden.
Starring Gemma Aterton, Jim Broadbent, Diana Rigg, Alessandro Nivola and Rosie Cavaliero; the story of Black Narcissus centres around a group of nuns and the challenges they face in the hostile environment of a remote old Himalayan palace that they wish to make a convent.
‘Wish to make a convent‘ you say? But what was it before and why is it so very challenging to change? These are the questions that have me most curious. These and a good Aterton Performance, plus the slight Game of Thrones vibe, most of which may be because of the fact that the late Diana Rigg, a.k.a. Olenna Tyrellin G.o.T is in this.
Charlie Maher, Chaneil Kular, Nila Aalia and Patsy Ferran also star.
Written/directed by and starring Julie Delpy; My Zoe is a new drama about a divorced mother who’s trying to protect her daughter following an unexpected tragedy.
Gemma Arterton, Daniel Brühl, and Richard Armitage are among the key cast.
Cloning appears to be the subject so I’m definitely in. Especially as I often wonder whether cloning will become far more popular in our lifetime. And since there’s really no knowing for sure, thank goodness that non-scientist like many of us get to explore the subject matter through film.
Lindsay Duncan, Jördis Triebel, Nina Kunzendorf, Tijan Marei, Nicolette Krebitz, Carolina Vera and Vladimir Burlakov also star.
Starring Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Matthew Goode and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, The King’s Man is the story of one man’s race to stop a collection of history’s worst tyrants and criminal masterminds from killing millions.
Directed by Matthew Vaughn, The King’s Man is the third instalment of the Kingsman franchise…