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PETER MULLAN

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TOMMY'S HONOUR (2017)
Starring Peter Mullan, Jack Lowden, Ophelia Lovibond, Sam Neill, Peter Ferdinando, Ian Pirie, Max Deacon, Paul Reid, James Smillie and Andy Gray. Directed by Jason Connery.

Set in St. Andrews, Scotland during the hidebound Victorian era, the story opens in 1866 as 15-year-old Tommy Morris (Jack Lowden) heads to the links with his father, Tom Morris (Peter Mullan). Already a legend, “Old Tom” is greens-keeper for the Royal & Ancient golf club, where he established the standard of 18 holes per round; as well as the town’s club- and ball-maker; and thrice winner of the first major golf tournament, the Open Championship – which he founded in 1860.

Tom Morris has secured his place in the history of the ancient game. But Tommy will soon outshine him, retiring the Open’s prize Championship Belt while still in his teens (by winning it three times in a row), and, as the “dashing young man of golf,” drawing flocks of spectators to the sport and becoming its first touring pro.

Despite their shared passion, father and son repeatedly clash over the unwritten rules of social class, culminating in Tommy’s marriage to a woman of lower standing with a shameful secret in her past. Tommy’s beloved wife Meg (Ophelia Lovibond) figures in this true story’s climax, as Tom makes a fatal misjudgment that strips Tommy of everything he holds dear. From the ashes of that fateful choice, Old Tom rises to a mission that carries him through the final decades of his life: Honouring Tommy.

SUNSET SONG (2016)
Starring Agyness Deyn, Peter Mullan and Kevin Guthrie. Directed by Terence Davies.

Set in the early 20th century, Chris Guthrie, a farmer’s daughter in north-eastern Scotland struggles for love amid hardship and family misfortune. After her mother, a poverty-stricken woman broken by repeated childbirths, poisons herself and her baby twins the resilient young Chris must manage the farm in her absence. When her father has a stroke and becomes bedridden, though also eager for an incestuous relationship, she is left on the land by her closest ally and friend, her brother. Finally she finds love, only to wave her new husband off to the Great War. She remains on the farm, connected to a land about to be changed forever by the onset of technology and war.
HERCULES 3D (2014)
Starring Dwayne Johnson, Ian McShane, Rufus Sewell, Joseph Fiennes, Peter Mullan and John Hurt. Directed by Brett Ratner.

REVIEWS Hercules - He will rock you

SUNSHINE ON LEITH (2014)
Starring Peter Mullan, Jane Horrocks, George Mackay and Jason Flemyng. Directed by Dexter Fletcher.

Home is where the heart is for best friends Davy and Ally. Returning to their lifelong residence of Leith, in Edinburgh, the lads kindle romances old and new: Ally plans to propose to Davy’s sister Liz, while Davy falls head-over-heels in love with Yvonne. Meanwhile, Davy's parents Rab and Jean are busy planning their 25th wedding anniversary. Everything’s going swimmingly, until a revelation from Rab’s past threatens to tear the family and all three couples apart.
TYRANNOSAUR (2012)
Starring Peter Mullan, Olivia Colman, Eddie Marsan, Paul Popplewell, Samuel Bottomley, Sally Carman, Sian Breckin, Paul Conway, Lee Rufford and Robin Butler. Directed by Paddy Considine.

REVIEWS Tyrannosaur - Down and out in the Midlands

WAR HORSE (2011)
Starring Tom Hiddleston, Benedict Cumberbatch, Toby Kebbell, Emily Watson, Jeremy Irvine, David Thewlis, Peter Mullan, David Kross, Nicolas Bro and Eddie Marsan. Directed by Steven Spielberg.

REVIEWS War Horse - A triumph of classic cinema

CHILDREN OF MEN (2006)
Starring Clive Owen, Julianne Moore, Clare-Hope Ashitey, Michael Caine, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Charlie Hunnam, Pam Ferris, Danny Huston, Peter Mullan and Oana Pellea. Directed by Alfonso Cuarón.

REVIEWS Children of Men - 15 years at the end of the world with Alfonso Cuarón's masterpiece

HECTOR
Starring Peter Mullan, Keith Allen, Natalie Gavin, Ewan Stewart, Sarah Solemani, Laurie Ventry, Stephen Tompkinson, Gina McKee, Sharon Rooney and James Tarpey. Directed by Jake Gavin.
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