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When Did You Last See Your Father?
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directed by Anand Tucker, 1963-; produced by Elizabeth Karlsen, 1960- and Stephen Woolley, 1956-, Film4 Productions, UK Film Council, Tiger Aspect Productions, Bord Scannán na hÉireann, Ireland, EM Media and Intandem Films; performed by Jim Broadbent, 1949-, Colin Firth, 1960- and Juliet Stevenson, 1956- (New York, NY: Sony Pictures Classics, 2008), 1 hour 32 mins,
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When Did You Last See Your Father? is an unflinching exploration of a father/son relationship, as Blake Morrison deals with his father Arthur’s terminal illness and imminent death. Blake’s memories of everything funny, embarrassing and upsetting about his childhood and teens are interspersed with tender and he...
directed by Anand Tucker, 1963-; produced by Elizabeth Karlsen, 1960- and Stephen Woolley, 1956-, Film4 Productions, UK Film Council, Tiger Aspect Productions, Bord Scannán na hÉireann, Ireland, EM Media and Intandem Films; performed by Jim Broadbent, 1949-, Colin Firth, 1960- and Juliet Stevenson, 1956- (New York, NY: Sony Pictures Classics, 2008), 1 hour 32 mins,
Source: www.imdb.com
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Mitchell and Kenyon 74: Workers at Barlow and Tweedale Ironworks, Castleton Nr Rochdale (1905)
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1905), 2 mins

The firm's own personalised goods wagon trundles past the camera before hundreds of its employees emerge. One politely doffs his bowler hat to the camera. Puffs of smoke can be seen emerging from several points in the crowd: at one point a disconcertingly young boy blows cigarette smoke at the camera. The picture...

produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1905), 2 mins
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Mitchell and Kenyon 75: Workers at Barlow and Tweedale Ironworks, Castleton Nr Rochdale (1905)
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1905), 2 mins

The firm's own personalised goods wagon trundles past the camera before hundreds of its employees emerge. One politely doffs his bowler hat to the camera. Puffs of smoke can be seen emerging from several points in the crowd: at one point a disconcertingly young boy blows cigarette smoke at the camera. The picture...

produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (United Kingdom: British Film Institute, 1905), 2 mins
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