On January 22nd, 2008, acclaimed actor Heath Ledger died at just 28 years of age. 28 years he lived at double-speed, rising to Hollywood fame, pushing himself artistically and starting a family along the way. This is his story.
At a time when racism in football is still rife, Forever Pure shines a light on an issue that plagues the sport in Israel, and in doing so stands as a worthy voice in the fight against hate.
“Behind the masks. Beneath the helmets. Big People. Small Roles.”
“We were just lads from a council estate. Two brothers. Head cases.”
My brother once signed me up to a Scientology mailing list as a joke. Which likely goes to show how the religion is viewed by outsiders – as something not to be taken seriously. A fairly new religion, which uses the writings of a science fiction author as the basis for its principles. Bizarre, right? Well,…
A pre-credit warning tells us that what we’re about to see is all real, and that none of it has been staged. Because no, you really can’t make up stories like this.
There’s something quite fascinating about the unknown. It’s a fascination which pushes brave men and women to explore, delve, and in this case, dive into unexplored territories. But with groundbreaking expeditions come dangers, and sadly there are times that those dangers lead to tragedy.
“You know that girl in Eat, Pray, Love? She goes through a break up, goes on the existential journey to India to get over depression, find out what she really wanted in life? I was that girl. Except, my family was with me the entire time.”
“I was born inside the movie of my life. The visuals were before me, the audio surrounded me, the plot unfolded inevitably but not necessarily. I don’t remember how I got into the movie, but it continues to entertain me.”
Who is The Imposter?
“You’re not the only one who had an awkward phase.”