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15 October 2010  |  Written by Chris Hewitt  

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The BFI London Film Festival – in partnership with American Express, it says here – moved, inexorably, from Day 1 into Day 2 yesterday, with the highlight being the gala premiere of Let Me In, Matt Reeves’ largely faithful US-set remake of Tomas Alfredson’s Swedish vampire chiller, Let The Right One In.

Reeves was there to mark the occasion, along with his two stars, Kodi Smit-McPhee, in a mindboggling bright-green suit that looked like it had been cut out of a snooker table, and the delightful Chloe Moretz, a world away from Hit-Girl.

To see our exclusive red carpet videblogisode – featuring news on Reeves’ possible next movie, The Invisible Woman, and Moretz’ unique impression of The X Factor judge, Cheryl Cole – click below.


 


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