Tag: Lone Scherfig

Their Finest Hour and A Half
Directed by Lone Sherfig
Film Review

Their Finest (2016)

The latest adaptation by Danish director Lone Scherfig, Their Finest is set in 1940s London during the Second World War. In order to boost morale, the British Ministry hires Catrin Cole (Gemma Arterton) as a screenwriter to give their propaganda films a feminine touch.  Her quick wit and talent doesn’t […]

DVD Review

One Day (2011)

Based on David Nicholls’ eponymous novel and directed by An Education’s Lone Scherfig, One Day is a heartbreaking romance that spans over twenty years and stars Christopher Nolan’s future Catwoman, Anne Hathaway alongside Jim Sturgess (Heartless, Upside Down). Emma (Hathaway) and Dexter (Sturgess) meet in Edinburgh during the early hours […]

Film Review

One Day (2011)

The ever improving Anne Hathaway here teams with An Education director Lone Scherfig and Jim Sturgess to tackle David Nicholls bestselling novel which tracks the progress of a man and woman who almost get together on the night of their university graduation, from there the story follows them on the […]

Feature, Film Review

One Day (2011)

Confession: in preparation for this preview, my wife instructed me to read David Nicholls’ runaway best seller One Day, on which this film is based. I got no more than a couple of pages in before flinging the book aside in horror and exasperation. Not my kind of book. Its […]

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ONE DAY Behind The Scenes Featurette

In One Day after spending the night together on the night of their college graduation Dexter and Em are shown each year on the same date to see where they are in their lives. They are sometimes together, sometimes not, on that day. We have for you today a brand […]

Film Review

An Education (2009)

Which university to choose – Oxford or life? Based on Lynn Barber’s memoir, and written for the screen by Nick Hornby, An Education oozes quality from beginning to end. Lone Scherfig directs in a pretty straightforward manner that highlights the big plus points for the movie; namely, the dialogue and […]