The Name of the Rose Trailer - VideoSign in. Watch now. Title: The Book and the Rose Set in When John Barnes acquires an old book filled with intriguing handwritten notes, he begins a correspondence with its previous owner--and it promises to be more than just an exchange of letters. Based on a short story by Max Lucado about two people brought together by the timeless workings of fate. Written by Anonymous.
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This is the trailer for Sweeney Todd, replaying ad infinitum at cinemas and on TV spots. It resembles a vintage Tim Burton movie, but nowhere does the trailer mention the fact that Sweeney Todd is a musical. In fact, it goes out of its way to conceal the fact that the movie is entirely sung, save for a few snippets of dialogue and Alan Rickman's bits - which really can't be described as singing. Stung at paying to see a collection of tortuously constructed Stephen Sondheim tunes when they were expecting a gory Gothic thriller, a fair proportion of cinema audiences has been walking out of Sweeney Todd. A complaint has even been made to the Advertising Standards Authority.
Jessie Buckley who also stars in the film Beast plays a young mother from Glasgow, fresh out of prison, who decides to give up everything and move to Nashville to chase her dreams of becoming a country singer. But not without some bumps in the road. An "uplifting story with an original soundtrack about family, dreams and reality, and three chords and the truth. This looks really good, and reviews have been really good. You can also still watch the original UK trailer for Harper's Wild Rose here , to see even more footage. Rose-Lynn Harlan Jessie Buckley is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek.
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Jessie Buckley who also stars in the film Beast plays a young mother from Glasgow, fresh out of prison, who decides to give up everything and move to Nashville to chase her dreams of becoming a country singer. Not without some bumps in the road. An "uplifting story with an original soundtrack about family, dreams and reality, and three chords and the truth.
When it looks like his novel is going to be published, high school English teacher and once famous novelist — Nicholas Cutler - thinks his luck has finally changed. But what promises to be the best week of his life professionally, spirals into seven days of hell personally. Want to know when Book Week is screening in your area? Follow us on Facebook and Instagram and we will keep you up to date with future screenings. See you at the cinema. This film was not made possible without the support of these amazing partners.
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