|From:||Michael Ray FitzGerald, P.|
|Sent on:||Wednesday, December 8, 2010 10:55 PM|
I saw it when I was in France in September.
Announcing a new Meetup for Film Connoisseurs of
What: Tamara Drewe
When: Saturday, December 11,[masked]:45 PM
Price: $1.00 per person
Where: Regal Cinemas Beach Blvd. 18
14051 Beach Blvd
Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Finish your Christmas shopping and join the Film Connoisseurs on Saturday for some laughs. We'll head somewhere after the show.
Meet in the lobby by 4:45 or come find us in the theater. Show starts at 4:50. The $1 fee is to cover the cost of the website (thanks everyone), everyone buys their own admission ticket.
Cast: Gemma Arterton, Roger Allam, Bill Camp, Dominic Cooper, Luke Evans
Director: Stephen Frears
Genres: Romantic Comedy
Stephen Frears directed this comedy drama about an ugly duckling who's followed by a handful of suitors after maturing into a sexy swan. Tamara Drewe (Gemma Arterton) was born and raised in Ewedown, a quiet community on the outskirts of London dominated by a writer's colony run by Nicholas Hardiment (Roger Allam), a best-selling novelist who specializes in crime fiction, and his wife Beth (Tamsin Greig). When Tamara left Ewedown, she was a plain and awkward teenager, but when she returns home for the first time in years, the locals are surprised to discover that time (and a nose job) have turned her into an attractive and alluring woman, and she's gained a share of money and fame thanks to a successful newspaper column. Tamara has returned to Ewedown after the death of her mother in order to refurbish the family home and put it on the market. Before long, Tamara finds herself pursued by three men from her past -- Andy Cobb (Luke Evans), her former boyfriend who has been hired to help fix up the house; Ben Sergeant (Dominic Cooper), the swaggering drummer with a local indie rock band flirting with larger success; and Nicholas (Roger Allam), who is chronically unfaithful to his wife and sees an opportunity with the neighborhood girl who was infatuated with him in her teens. Tamara Drewe was adapted from the graphic novel of the same name by Posy Simmonds, which was in turn inspired by Thomas Hardy's novel Far From the Madding Crowd.
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