Abra­ham­son does Toronto

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - News -

More from the Toronto In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val. What Richard Did, Lenny Abra­ham­son’s muchan­tic­i­pated fol­low-up to Garage, will re­ceive its world pre­miere there early next month.

What Richard Did was writ­ten by Mal­colm Campbell, who is best known for his work on TV se­ries such as Skins and Shame­less. It fol­lows some tragic months in the life of a priv­i­leged south Dublin young­ster. The film will be re­leased in Ire­land on Oc­to­ber 5th.

Paul An­drew Wil­liams’s Song for Mar­ion will close Toronto. Hav­ing star­tled with his de­but, London to Brighton, Wil­liams went off the boil with The Cot­tage and Cherry Tree Lane.

Song for Mar­ion stars Ter­ence Stamp, Vanessa Red­grave and Gemma Arter­ton in the tale of a strug­gling choir. The grey pound con­tin­ues to flex its mus­cles.

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