Coming just before the British New Wave of the late 1950s and early 1960s, J. Lee Thompson’s Woman in a Dressing Gown is the heart-wrenching drama not of an ‘angry young man’, but a sad, trapped middle-aged woman.
After over forty years of acting and television show Hotel Babylon having come to its natural conclusion, Dexter Fletcher was ready for a new challenge. During a recent chat, we found out exactly how the critically acclaimed Wild Bill came about and got a few tips for young filmmakers along the way.
It's always tricky reviewing the final part of a trilogy. While there's no guarantee Christopher Nolan intended for there to be a "Dark Knight Trilogy" in the first place when he directed Batman Begins, the critical and commercial success of that film and The Dark Knight ensured its creation pretty easily. But as this is knowingly the last chapter, it's a dilemma on to whether to judge the film as a standalone piece or on the whole with the other two parts, as it's really integral that they be viewed before seeing The Dark Knight Rises.