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Natalie Dormer Is A Long Way From Home
With James Fox in a new drama

05 July 2012  |  Written by James White  |  Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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Natalie Dormer Is A Long Way From Home

Natalie Dormer’s name has most closely been associated with TV projects recently, including work on The Tudors and Game Of Thrones. But she does crop up in films from time to time, including W.E. and a small role in Captain America, and is part of the cast for romantic drama A Long Way From Home.

James Fox, Brenda Fricker and Paul Nicholls are also involved in Virginia Gilbert’s film, which is now cranking the cameras in France.

Gilbert wrote and is directing Home, which finds a retired couple (Fox and Fricker) and a young couple meeting on holiday in Nimes. Fox develops a profound relationship with Dormer, which changes everyone’s lives.

"It's a small-budget film with magnificent actors," producer Guillame Benski tells The Hollywood Reporter. "It's a movie that talks about love and a rebirth of passion with an original and touching point of view." It’s adapted from Gilbert’s own short story, which was nominated for the Scott Prize this year. There’s no word on when it’ll arrive on our screens.


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