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Another Tyrannosaur trailer

Tyrannosaur.jpgPaddy Considine's film Tyrannosaur does look great, not just because he's written and directed the film, but because of the talent involved - Peter Mullan, Olivia Colman and Eddie Marsan are the main characters in the film and featured in the trailer and they instantly add a weight to the film. Even in the trailer their performances look strong.

Considine is a superb British actor as well and this marks his first directorial role on a film, although he has directed a short before. Similarly he's written that very short and Dead Man's Shoes before now.

The film has been getting a lot of praise since it has been seen at festivals and it's closing in on a release date in the UK, 7th October to be exact along with Ireland, then it's heading to Germany, Russia and Greece in the next few months with a Swedish release happening early next year.

Here's the blurb for Tyrannosaur:

Collecting three awards at this year's Sundance, Tyrannosaur is the debut feature film from award winning actor Paddy Considine. Joseph, (Peter Mullan) a man plagued by violence and a rage that is driving him to self- destruction, is spiraling into turmoil. A chance of redemption appears in the form of Hannah (Olivia Colman), a Christian charity shop worker. Their relationship develops to reveal that Hannah is hiding a secret of her own, a secret with devastating consequences for both of them.

Then, here's the new trailer for the film which gives us more of the relationship between the two leads and builds the direction of the film.

Definitely worthwhile heading to the cinema for this one, it's all British talent too, so you definitely need to choose this over some big blockbuster.



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