Olympic Studios

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Venue name: Olympic Studios
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Address: 117-123
Church Road
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SW13 9HL
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    What an unholy mess. Adapted from the prize-winning novel by Sebastian Barry, this generation-hopping tragedy from ‘My Left Foot’ director Jim Sheridan is like a shopping list of Irish period melodrama clichés. Lead character played by Hollywood s...
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    Richard Gere has made a career out of playing hustlers and chancers – from ‘Days of Heaven’ and ‘American Gigolo’, to recent triumphs like ‘The Hoax’ and the hedge-fund drama ‘Arbitrage’. Here, he plays Norman Oppenheimer, a New York schemer despe...
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    In the five years since she died, there’s been little homage paid to Whitney Houston – the New Jersey kid who sang in the church choir and became a megastar chanteuse (she broke The Beatles’ record for consecutive US Number Ones). This doc from N...
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