Veteran con man Nicky pulling off his latest scheme has a shock when a woman, Jess turns his world upside down.
Truman Capote a writer is intrigued when he learns of a murder of a family in Kansas, that he decides to write some articles for the newspaper he works for, but he is inspired to write a book about it all instead.
Today is World Book Day so thought I would combine books to the big screen and list 7 books I read before watching the film. I used to read quite a bit when I had to commute to work on public transport, but when your travel to work is driving yourself in a car it makes it a lot harder to read. But I have managed to read a few books before the film was even thought about or before it was released.
I haven’t put this classic in the list but I did read it before the film as it was a book we read at school. So I guess somethings are very good at school, a classic book and a classic film all in English lessons!
A story of heartbreak watching Maisie as she must survive in her parents custody battle, with neither of them actually paying full attention to her . . .
In 1946 in London, Maurice a passionate writer must face his ex-mistress Sarah after a chance meeting with her husband two years after she suddenly ended their affair.
In Connecticut in the 1950s a housewife must face the worst possible marriage crisis as well as other building pressures when she realises that you cannot help the way you feel.
If I ever hear this song on the radio I always think about this part of Sister Act. It certainly is one of those songs that makes me think about a film scene.
Who doesn’t want to be rescued on a Monday?