Browser Not Supported
Sorry, we do not support video playback on your browser. In order to watch films on Curzon Home Cinema, please use one of the following browsers:
His early films were slapstick, his work rate is prodigious, his more recent output is varied, but no one can deny Woody Allen's position as an auteur and one of the most important American directors since the 1970s. His greatest film is open to debate, but he has long reckoned it to be his lovely, bittersweet 1985 comedy drama 'The Purple Rose of Cairo'.
Jean-Hugues Anglade made his screen debut in 1983 in Patrice Chereau's 'L'Homme Blessé' as a troubled young man discovering his own homosexuality. He then appeared in Luc Besson's 'Subway' (1985) and Jean-Jacques Beineix's 'Betty Blue' (1986). The film's acclaim established Anglade as a symbol of the generation of French actors who exposed their flesh and the troubled souls of their characters. He made his directorial debut in 1997 with 'Tonka'.
A British stage and screen actor. The one-time Bond Girl (2008's 'Quantum of Solace') has been a distinctive presence in the British films 'The Disappearance of Alice Creed' (2009) and 'Tamara Drewe' (2010) as well as appearing in larger Hollywood blockbusters.