A quirky title for an unusual film. Easy to follow though when you are told the names of the brothers – Eli and Charlie Sisters.
This is adapted from David Harrower’s successful two person play, which was first seen at the Edinburgh Festival 12 years ago, then went to the West End stage, followed by productions all over the world.
This has the makings of a good contemporary British style private eye film noir – a 21st century “Charlie Bubbles” perhaps? While having some really good elements though it doesn’t quite get hit the spot.
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London-set Film Noir Begins Shooting This Week CITY OF TINY LIGHTS, a thrilling London-set film noir written by award-winning author Patrick Neate, based on his novel of the same name, starts principal photography on 27th April. The film will shoot for six weeks in London and will be released in 2016. The film will be directed by Pete Travis (Vantage Point, Endgame, Dredd) and produced by Ado Yoshizaki-Cassuto and Rebecca O’Brien. It...