Jeremy Irvine

Film Review: The Railway Man (2013)

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The trauma of war often lingers long after the final shots have been fired and the final battle has been won. The Railway Man, directed Jonathan Teplitzky and with a screenplay written by Frank Cottrell Boyce and Andy Paterson.

Film Review: Great Expectations (2012)

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As the 19th Century’s most accomplished writer of soap fiction, one of the keys to Charles Dickens’ longevity has been his ability to create a likeable hero. More impressively, he also possessed an uncanny ability to weave almost every aspect of society into a coherent storyline, gentlemen’s clubs, gaolers, average Joes and all.