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  1. Dead Again - Wikipedia › wiki › Dead_Again

    Dead Again is a 1991 American neo-noir romantic thriller film directed by Kenneth Branagh and written by Scott Frank.It stars Branagh and Emma Thompson, with Andy García, Derek Jacobi, Wayne Knight, and Robin Williams appearing in supporting roles.

    • August 23, 1991 (United States)
    • Lindsay Doran
  2. Hollywood’s cynicism is breeding disconcerting cultural ... › news › 2012

    Oct 03, 2012 · Producer Lindsay Doran would agree. Ms. Doran, whose producing credits include “Nanny McPhee” and “Sense and Sensibility,” is on a mission to change Hollywood’s mood.

  3. Dead Again (1991) - Rotten Tomatoes › m › dead_again

    Lindsay Doran Producer ... Film Threat. View All Critic Reviews (47) Audience Reviews for Dead Again. Feb 25, 2015. I'm a Kenneth Branagh fan, but Dead Again just didn't do it for me. It was too ...

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  4. Wikipedia:Recent additions/2013/June - Wikipedia › wiki › Wikipedia:Recent_additions

    This is a record of material that was recently featured on the Main Page as part of Did you know (DYK). Recently created new articles, greatly expanded former stub articles and recently promoted good articles are eligible; you can submit them for consideration.

  5. Dead Again | Culture Wikia | Fandom › wiki › Dead_Again

    Template:Other uses Script error: No such module "Unsubst". Dead Again is a 1991 American romantic fantasy neo-noir mystery thriller film written by Scott Frank and directed by Kenneth Branagh. It stars Branagh and his then-wife Emma Thompson, and co-stars Andy García, Derek Jacobi, Wayne Knight, and Robin Williams. Dead Again was a moderate box office success and was positively received by ...

  6. Melinda Loomis: January 2020 › 2020 › 01

    Jan 31, 2020 · Lindsay Doran (known as The Script Whisperer) on The Psychology of Storytelling. This article is from 2014, but it popped up on my Twitter feed today. Doran gave a talk with a lot of valuable information on what audiences want to see in films/stories and why. It has a lot to do with the character's relationships and resilience.

  7. 'Cleopatra outsmarted everyone,' says archeologist who has ... › cleopatra-outsmarted-everyone

    It has been more than 2,000 years since the queen “outsmarted everyone” in hiding her eternal resting place. Cleopatra died by suicide after a military defeat, following Antony’s own suicide. Although the triumphant Romans plundered her legacy and life story, Martinez says Cleopatra was determined they would never find her tomb.

  8. actresses | Reveries Under the Sign of Austen, Two › tag

    Turning to Portrait of a Lady On Fire, the incidents told include Heloise’s sister’s suicide rather than be forced to marry and at the film’s end Heloise seen crying silently across a theater by Marianne; Marianne and Heloise helping Sophie to find an abortionist, comparisons with Eurydice (who might have been glad to escape Orpheus as ...

  9. costume drama | Reveries Under the Sign of Austen, Two

    She died January 30, 1766, age 51. She was buried not in Westminster Abbey itself (like Garrick, Anne Oldfield), but in the North Cloister, a sort of anteroom. William Sloper died three years after the death of their daughter. I imagine him lonely after the death of Susannah and his two children by her.

  10. How art reflects children's struggles during pandemic - news1 › how-art-reflects-childrens

    Jan 15, 2021 · Martyn said many participants wrote of struggling to keep up in school, while some were dealing with family problems such as job loss, illness and even death. Many of these feelings and challenges are common across age groups, Martyn noted.

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