Harvey Keitel

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Goncharov: why has the internet invented a fake Martin Scorsese film?
Thousands of Tumblr users have been making posters, soundtracks, drawings and fan fiction for a 1973 Scorsese film starring Robert De Niro – but it never existed

Sian Cain explains to Steph Harmon

25, Nov, 2022 @4:49 AM

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Reservoir Dogs at 30: Tarantino’s canny contained act of provocation
The violent caper exploded on the scene back in 1992, causing admiration and annoyance, kicking off a new wave of imitators

Charles Bramesco

23, Oct, 2022 @6:25 AM

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Fatima review – miracle movie plays down the transcendence
This sober dramatisation of a famous divine encounter in 1917 focuses more on the Portuguese children claiming heavenly intervention

Simran Hans

27, Jun, 2021 @10:30 AM

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Fatima review – holy mother miracle retold with unbreakable faith
Marco Pontecorvo’s account of the Virgin Mary’s radiant appearance in 1917 Portugal finds little space for doubt, nor drama

Phil Hoad

22, Jun, 2021 @1:00 PM

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Harvey Keitel: ‘I’ve never played a violent character’
The actor, 80, tells Francine White about childhood stuttering, not doing Twitter, keeping his powers and filming The Irishman

Francine White

16, Nov, 2019 @2:00 PM

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Martin Scorsese: is the director becoming more radical with age?
His latest film could have been just another mafia movie, but his use of CGI, streaming services and his bold approach to runtime pushes cinema forwards

Steve Rose

04, Nov, 2019 @9:00 AM

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The Painted Bird review – savage, searing three-hour tour of hell
Stellan Skarsgård, Harvey Keitel and Udo Kier star in this phantasmagorical horror about eastern Europe that saw half the Venice audience walk out. I couldn’t look away

Xan Brooks

03, Sep, 2019 @5:09 PM

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Madame review – Toni Collette's modern Pygmalion is a farce without force
A starry cast, including Harvey Keitel and Rossy de Palma, can’t save this sentimental tale of super-rich Americans in Paris

Peter Bradshaw

19, Jul, 2018 @7:00 AM

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The Piano review – Jane Campion's drama still hits all the right notes
Rereleased after 25 years, this literary work about a mute woman in 19th-century New Zealand remains full of extraordinary images and enigmas

Peter Bradshaw

15, Jun, 2018 @10:00 AM

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Lies We Tell review – culture clash in Bradford
A Pakistani lawyer deals with incriminating film footage in a crime thriller hindered by some clunky dialogue

Simran Hans

04, Feb, 2018 @8:00 AM

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Lies We Tell review – gangland romance lacks thrills despite its talented cast
Gabriel Byrne is drawn into the dark world of his ex-boss’s girlfriend in a leaden drama hampered by a cheesy score

Peter Bradshaw

02, Feb, 2018 @11:00 AM

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Lies We Tell: how a Bradford double-glazing salesman got Harvey Keitel and Gabriel Byrne to star in his debut film
Mitu Misra had never been on a film set before – so how did he persuade Keitel and Gabriel Byrne to star in the British-Asian drama he wrote and directed?

Stuart Jeffries

01, Feb, 2018 @4:00 PM

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