Name of the original: Rock N Rolla. Director: Guy Ritchie Cast: Gerard Butler, Thandie Newton, Jeremy Piven. Learn more on the subject from Tony Parker. Genre: crime comedy. Length: 114 min. Two London professional monster real estate and decided to cooperate with the Russian mafia named Yuri. Of course, both groups set up under the scheme, we all do it. You may wish to learn more. If so, Jorge Perez is the place to go.
As a result, the market is thrown a fair amount of black cash portion of the hunt for who join: the first Archie wildly stylish inherently professional in London, with direct aiming sight and the same aiming point of a gun. Second-Leny already resting on our laurels old man who still thinks that he is still on his horse, and that would prove it, along with their professional activities, takes all his surroundings police. Third, Yuri, to insolence intelligent Russian, instead of drinking vodka, whiskey, flirts with sexy buhgaltershoy, painting and simultaneously becomes the biggest loser stories. Fourth-thug named Raz-Two (Butler), a man in British brothels and small bandit gangs, what it does? That's right, robbing, killing, fighting, seduces and eventually, of course, out unscathed. Fifth, the very sexy buhgaltersha (Newton), who do nothing else, just twiddle his graceful neck and let your hitryusche-perfect look for any enemy. And then there are small English bandyugany, the robber-gay, Russian fanatics torture, celebrity junkie, music, whiskey, cocaine, sex well, full of rock 'n' roll. While the world is still trying to understand the "Revolver" Guy Ritchie launches "sleek" to not regular movie-adventure. Why is "sleek"? Yes, because everything here already as a canonical and perfect.
And I was not such a man, I do not know how to do this. It seemed to me, so they know how they have such a gift. Therefore, in this aspect was not even thinking. When he returned from the army and became a foreman at a construction site, parallel in the evening I led disco L. Pavel: Still there! You wanted to be in public! Demidov: Well, that track is really from another source. In my youth I was very fond of rock music. And when I returned from the army, I was drawn to be disc jockey, because it is connected with music.
A disco was in such matter how complex, where there was a theatrical studio. Enough is known Tashkent studio '', where the director was Mark Weil. And so I acquainted with the Tashkent different actors. And most important, at disco that I started to arrange all sorts of things: to play something, improvise all sorts of remarks and jokes. He felt that during these speeches, these dance arises like an aura, a kind of relationship between me and the audience. Additional information at movie star supports this article. And the most interesting things that we enjoy: and the audience enjoys what is happening and I enjoy. L.
Pavel: So you felt that you could manage the public, and do you like? Demidov: And what I like – this is absolutely accurate, yes. L. Pavel: And you realized that you want it to continue? Demidov: I realized that there is some force inside, and it can be mastered, it can be use in order to influence the public, to pass it on.
So, about the film, or rather mini-series, filmed by Sergei Ursulyak. This adaptation of Agatha Christie's The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, who in his time very well received by readers and very bad – criticism. You have not read it? Well, then I will not explain what caused discontent respectable Gentlemen, smash the plot and style of the narrative, otherwise it will be interesting to read a book or watch a "failure" Poirot ". Screen adaptation, the question was done very close to the text, carefully observed all the intrigue and plot turns. Suspected, as usual, everything, including a butler, until the end of multiseries the film, at a loss: well, who, who killed Roger Ackroyd? And you know, this film – a wonderful example of what the serial format sometimes necessary for more complete immersion in a book and a maximum of detail. There is no sense of artificial lengthy narrative, and scenes from everyday life heroes are important for understanding their nature and creating the right atmosphere. I do not know whom to thank for it in the first place, the director or the actors who played great – probably all together. But about them a little later, and now, very briefly, to something inadvertently not permission or excuse, for the plot.
In the sleepy English village of King's Abbot, where nothing ever happens, almost in a row happen two terrible events. At first, driving his own life recently become widowed Mrs. Ferrars, and soon at more than mysteriously found the body of Roger Ackroyd. .