See more » ] There are places in my neighborhood no one ever thinks about.You see them every day and every day you forget about them. A bar the bosses choose randomly each night to be the safe for an entire city. [...] See more » Seven Point Five Written by Matthew Correia, Spencer Dunham, Miles Michaud and ' Pedrum Siadatian' Performed by Allah-Lahs Courtesy of Holy Barbarians LLC & Innovative Leisure By arrangement with Lip Sync Music, Inc. Roskam burst onto the scene a few years back with "Bullhead" which was deservedly nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film."They really did keep the green scene stuff to an absolute minimum. I was really badly attacked by a dog when I was a kid. I always thought people who come home early from a night out to get back to their dogs or bought their dogs stockings for Christmas were just the saddest human beings ever.And then you get to watch the CGI trickery afterwards and go 'oh wow. But now I am one of those sad human beings." When did you first fall in love Charlotte?I'll still see it again, and I'm sure it will stay in my top 10 of the year.And as a huge fan of James Gandolfini, I'm sad to say this is the last time we'll ever see him on the big screen.She's a face you might recognise from Peaky Blinders, medieval TV drama World's End, lurking in the background behind Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt in the rather silly sci-fi thriller Edge of Tomorrow or making a splash in the 2009 TV version of Wuthering Heights in which she starred opposite said Mr Hardy (in case you were wondering how they met). She is one of the lead roles in the BBC's much-trailed, already much-lauded new fantasy drama Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, in which she plays Arabella, married to the titular Jonathan Strange (Bertie Carvel to you and me; Eddie Marson plays Mr Norrell). There's also a big-screen thriller opposite our very own Gerard Butler (London Has Fallen) and Ron Howard's latest film In the Heart of the Sea. In fact Riley has travelled down to London from Liverpool today just to meet me. She's up in Liverpool filming Stephen Poliakoff's latest drama Close to the Enemy, set in the post-war years. Each contains a word, I explain, and you have to tell me the first thing that comes into your head when you read the word."I'm particularly passionate about the forties, so I'm loving learning to swing dance at the moment," she says gleefully. "I think it's because the weather's so cold and the past seems so cosy and warm." In person Riley is a bright-eyed, brown-eyed girl with a northern English accent (she grew up near Middlesbrough) and a huge sense of fun. But before we go there maybe we should talk about Jonathan Strange first.
Showing forsythia in bloom was intentional and intended to alert the viewers that several months had passed.Amazing.' Sand horses appear and statues move and all that good stuff." It's dark too, she says. "Probably when I saw New Kids on the Block on Top of the Pops. I've still got their albums somewhere." Charlotte Riley on culture It makes me think of yoghurt." Charlotte Riley grew up in Stockton on Tees, the youngest daughter of an engineer and a nurse. Which sounds like one of those really vomit-worth positive affirmation things."I loved the marriage of that with the really human stories, in particular Arabella and Jonathan's story. "My brother and sister are 10 and 11 years older than me," she says. I just see it as an opportunity to get it right ... But I feel quite passionate about it." When was the last time she feels she failed? When you feel you could have been a bit more tolerant or compassionate.Ivan Locke, a dedicated family man and successful construction manager, receives a phone call on the eve of the biggest challenge of his career that sets in motion a series of events that threaten his carefully cultivated existence.A young man who was sentenced to seven years in prison for robbing a post office ends up spending three decades in solitary confinement.