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Before I Go To Sleep, Film Review. Picturehouse@F.A.C.T., Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 7/10

Cast: Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Anne-Marie Duff, Dean Charles Chapman, Adam Levy, Jing Lusi, Flynn MacArthur, Charlie Gardner, Llewella Gideon, Rosie MacPherson, Hannah Blamires, Chris Cowlin, Kevin Hudson, Nick Turner.

For Christine Lucas, every day is a fresh start. Where others might resolve to begin the day anew and go out of their way in which to make other’s lives better, for Christine Lucas, each day is a torture, a realisation that she has no idea who she is or why she looks older than her suggested mind age of in her 20s.

Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This. Television Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

Cast: David Threlfall, Amanda Redman, Helen McCrory, Gregor Fisher, Jason Manford, Andy Rush, Charlotte Beaumont, John Biggins, James Carcaterra, Hayley Collett, Lucy Conley, Pamela Betsy Cooper, David Doyle, Bob Golding, Hamish Hamilton, Andrew Harrison, Kevin Hudson, Albie Marber, Jordan Metcalfe, Marene Miller, Jacinta Mulcahy, Michael Müller, Paul Ritter, Chris Ryman, David Sterne, Tilly Vosburgh, Phil Yarrow, Chris Cowlin.

For many, the night Tommy Cooper died at Her Majesty’s Theatre infront of a live television audience will always be remembered. The man who could make people laugh just by standing infront of them, had passed on at the end his act 30 years ago and for many the sound of laughter was never the same again.

Lucan, Television Review. I.T.V.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * *

Cast: Rory Kinnear, Christopher Ecclestone, Paul Freeman, Michael Gambon, Catherine McCormack, Leanne Best, Gemma Jones, Alistair Petrie,  Lasco Atkins, Ann Bell, Tim Bentinck, Alexander Bracq, Helen Bradbury, James Bradshaw, Alan Cox, Benjamin Dilloway, Rupert Evans, Julian Firth, Michael Gould, Claudia Harrison, Leo Hart, Erick Hayden, Robert Horwell, Kevin Hudson, Jane Lapotaire, Olivia Llewllyn, Ruth McCabe.

The passage of time has never seemed to erase any interest or mawkish fascination in the case of Lord Lucan and his alleged crime of murder, in fact like Jack the Ripper nearly 90 years before him or Dr. Crippen, the more years pass, the stronger the interest seems to get, human nature becomes overwhelming in the search for the truth; even when that truth will certainly never be found.