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LFF Red Carpet: Enough Said

LFF Red Carpet: Enough Said

Enough Said is an emotional and heart-wrenching story about a divorced woman who decides to pursue a man she's interested in. However, she later learns he's her new friend's ex-Husband.

The lead roles are played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Eva) and the late James Gandolfini (Albert) who are both taken out of their comfort zone during this film and their skill is definitely challenged - although they both succeed to produce a hugely touching and romantic film.

We caught up with Nicole Holofcener (Director and Writer) and Julia Louis-Dreyfus on the red carpet for Enough Said on the 12th of October to find out what they thought of the film.

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Theatre

Review: Le Weekend

There was an admirable cuteness to the characters that kept me gripped to the film most of the time.

Review: Le Weekend
As a 15 year old, it did come to my surprise when I was invited to see a press preview of ‘Le Week-End’ of which I had heard a lot of positive praise for. Although worried that boredom would overcome me within the 93 minute long film, I was rather intrigued and was willing to spend a few hours watching it.

The story focuses on unhappily-married-couple Meg (Lindsay Duncan) and Nick Burrows (Jim Broadbent) who take a short holiday to Paris on the anniversary of their honeymoon in an attempt to fix their problematic relationship.But, love isn’t exactly the only emotion between them. He’s devoted to their marriage enough to try overcoming any rejection and change his ways, albeit in vain, however Meg constantly feels dissatisfied, restless and poorly treated. As if it couldn’t get worse, Nick accuses Meg of having an affair and neither of them have a…
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Music

Review: Leeds Festival

A festival which mixes huge artists with smaller lesser known bands as well as an incredible atmosphere.

Leeds Fest 2013 was the weekend when the weather decided it had had enough of being nice and instead thought it would be funny to make teenagers cry. After arriving at Yellow camp (the best place to camp, ignore the haters) behind a man in a monkey suit smoking a pipe it was time to enjoy a weekend full of highs and no lows because it was awesome.

Despite what some of you might think, we are in fact separate people, with distinctly separate lives and so unfortunately did not spend the whole weekend together. What we do know is that Wednesday night was so good and the Yellow Camp DJ was a God on the decks.

Thursday was a day of resting but by 2pm it was back to the stages and the music – something which only ended when the sky thought it would play a…
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