Review: Our Ladies, world premiere at London Film Festival

Receiving its world premiere at the BFI London Film Festival this weekend, Michael Caton-Jones’s adaptation of Alan Warner’s cult 1998 novel The Sopranos has gone from being a contemporary coming-of-age film to a period piece in the 20 years he’s spent trying to get it made.
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Richard Gere with The Dinner's director Oren Moverman, far left, and co-stars Laura Linney and Steve Coogan. Picture: AFP/Getty

Interview: Richard Gere on his new film The Dinner

There’s a great moment in the first series of The Trip in which Steve Coogan does a pitch-prefect impression of Richard Gere. He starts with the enigmatic smile, then moves onto the squint, the thousand-yard-stare and Gere’s ability to imbue a scene with subtext by laughing “as if he’s remembering something from the past”.

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