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Zoë Tapper was still at the Central School of Speech and Drama (@cssdbaacting ) when she procured her first film role, playing Nell Gwynn in Richard Eyre’s Stage Beauty. This marked the beginning of a series of film roles which include These Foolish Things, Cheerful Weather for the Wedding, Blood and upcoming projects, Six from Eight and Antonio Tublen’s dark comedy Zoo.
She has had leading roles on stage in Peter Gill’s Epitaph for George Dillon in the West End, as Desdemona in Othello at The Globe (@the_globe ), described by The Guardian @guardian as “A Desdemona to Die for” and Last of the Boys at the Southwark Playhouse @swkplay
Zoë has also worked extensively on the small screen with an eclectic mix of roles, from showgirl Ellen Love in Mr Selfridge, to her Royal Television Society Award nominated performance in Twenty Thousand Streets under the Sky, directed by Simon Curtis. As well as in post-apocalyptic drama Survivors, Desperate Romantics and most recently Safe House, Liar (@itv ) and sci-fi space odyssey Nightflyers, coming soon to @netflix . Zoë is represented as both an actress and writer at Independent @itg_ltd and at ICM Partners @Icm partners in the US.
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Stan and Ollie review:
Let me get straight to the point, this was a sweet, small film full of big laughs and physical comedy. It was a nice break from the last few action filled movies I’ve recently seen and it’s a welcomed change.
The makeup department here did an amazing job of turning John C Reilly into #oliverhardy , he almost looked unrecognisable and he was great in this. Steve Coogan was also hilarious as #stanlaurel and the rest of the cast were also good. It was fun seeing the acts and
I really liked how the film presents the relationship between each of the title characters and how it constantly changes for the better or for the worse over their long career together especially in #1937 (their peak in Hollywood)and #1953 (the tour of Britain/Uk). As a relatively young guy 😂, I loved the way the movie presented the history of these iconic characters/people and Hollywood in general and how it evolved during the 20th Century.
Overall, this was a great choice for an unlimited screening. The film was really really funny but also very serious and heartwarming and I would love to watch it again. I really hope parents take their children to go see this during the Christmas break. I give it 7.8/10