(And sorry my bad English, my native language is Finnish. =D)
EDIT: I mean if it matches with this http://kadonnutenkeli.livejournal.c
He also filmed the beatnik movie The falling with Maisie Williams . It’s the story of a troubled girl at the centre of a mysterious fainting epidemic, who is determined to discover the cause of the malady spreading through her British all-girl school in 1969, a year when the whole world seems poised on the brink of change.
Joe was training for Slap where he’ll play a cross-dressing boxer. It looks like Slap is a short movie with Eliott Tittensor (Kaya's bf).
In need of a public image revamp chief constable Richard Miller (Jimmy Nesbitt) has found just the woman to do it: Liz Garvey (Brit Marling) – an American visionary from the world of new media, parachuted in to revolutionise a PR department struggling to keep up in an age of rolling news, smart phones and a news-breaking, information-hungry public.
Britt Marling (Another Earth) is the lead ,James Nesbitt (The hobbit) and Adam Deacon (Kidulthood) are also in the cast.Kaluuya is a filmmaker following the force. The pilot aired a few days ago and the full series will star shooting in March.
Daniel was in the play “A season in the Congo ” directed by Joe Wright (Atonement,Anna Karenina) with Chiwetel Ejiofor which could be made into a movie.
Kat Prescott landed the lead part of MTV's new drama pilot Finding Carter a family coming-of-age drama that centers on a teenager who learns that her mother abducted her as a child and that she has a twin sister (and a little brother).She also joining the cast of Reign (CW).
Richard : You need to speak Arabic since the movie is based in the suburbs of Ouarzazate. The movie is produced by Scorsese and will be shown in the USA.So it’s a huge movie . You speak Arabic ?
Actor : Yes, I’m fluent.
Freya : This was the moment an old man advised me to take a bus to Casablanca
Ali Marhyar (he played the prisoner in Zero Dark Thirty) : It’s not possible
Freya : Yes I swear he told me to take the bus to Casablanca and then …
Ali : You were saying to Casablanca …
Freya : Yes ! To Casablanca !
François : Sorry what ?
Richard : Which dialect do you speak ?
François : Almost all of them .
Richard : Great ! Come in ! Let’s do the questioning scene ! Action !
Freya : They asked me why I was there …
Ali : Sorry the doe (/gazelle), I’m stopping the scene because I was thinking and there’s no direct bus to Casablanca. I’m from Morroco so I know . You need to stop at Birji ,take the little train to Derb Sultani and then the boat to Casablanca.
Actors : Come on !
Richard : Answer them something in Arabic !
François “trying” to speak Arabic.
Freya : For those fresh dates , I’m going to rest now
Ali : There’s no fresh dates near Debarhashi (?) in February .
Richard: Stop it ! Stop it !
François “trying” to speak Arabic .
Richard : I think they don’t understand.
Old actor : Nothing !
François : I’m not surprised since it’s a dialect used in the south of the country.
Old actor : He’s not an Arab.
Richard : I don’t care if you have doubts ! You’re a comedian and we’re paying you to believe what you’re telling us ! So stop !
Ali : Yes ! Allo ? Yes ,auntie Hnina,it’s Ali ! Congratulations on the 305 (an old French car). I saw the picture , it’s awesome ! By the way,I’m at work and we were wondering a few things
Actors : Come on , speak !
François : Inch allah ? (God willing (hopefully))
Ali : Do you have a pen ?
Richard : Stop ! Enough with your 305, Abdelzak ,Abdelsantali (fake Arabic names) ! I don’t care ! Fuck off ! You’re not doing the casting anymore !
Ali : Wait Richard , I’m sorry ! I’m not a Morroccan , I’ve never been there ! I was pretending just to have the part ! Let’s do the scene with Freya again ! Freya ,come back !
Richard : François , I just had the producers on the phone and you’re going to Morrocco for 6 months ! You got the part , that’s awesome !François : I don’t speak Arabic ! I was lying ! I don’t speak the language !
Eric (Jack O'Connell) arrives at his new prison cell with his explosive temper intact. His first priority is to handcraft a weapon for protection against older inmates. But after a violent incident, Eric barely escapes a brutal punishment from the guards. He is saved only by Oliver, the resident prison counselor — played by Rupert Friend (Homeland) — who diffuses the situation. A fragile bond is formed and Eric reluctantly agrees to join Oliver's therapy sessions. Concerned that Eric may need more assistance to navigate the prison's complex webs of alliances and aggressive racial prejudices, the prison boss calls upon Neville (Ben Mendelsohn - Animal Kingdom ;The place beyond the pines -), a fellow inmate, to keep him in line. Neville is Eric's father.