Glasgow Film Festival

Glasgow Film Festival

Review: The Eagle

The Eagle Directed by kevin mcdonald **

Romans in the gloamin' for film festival climax

A ROMAN epic of battling legionaries and shaven-headed Scottish warriors, The Eagle, brought the Glasgow Film Festival to a dramatic finish last night after a record-breaking year.

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Interview: Kevin Macdonald and Duncan Kenworthy on their new film The Eagle

In a clearing in a wood, beside a burn, two riders dismount and confront a long-haired bearded stranger, who busies himself breaking sticks for his puny little fire.

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