War is not something we tend to discuss with very young children. The blood, fighting and killings are not a subject we want these young lives to be thinking about.
David Tennant has rightly gained much praise and renown for his television work, such as his stints on “Dr Who” and “Broadchurch”.
Jon Hamm stars here in his first big screen leading role since television’s “Mad Men” came to an end.
Perhaps one of the most infamously tortured films of recent times, the release of this sees director Terry Gilliam’s Orson Welles-type odyssey finally making it to the big screen after nearly 30 years.
It was 1973, the Vietnam War was raging, and he wanted to know: why do we fight?
In “The Eyes of Orson Welles”, Belfast-born writer/director Cousins takes us on free-flowing journey through the perhaps lesser-known elements of Welles’ work