Kate Hardie
British actor
Kate Hardie
Kate Hardie is an English actress, who has appeared in a number of film and television roles.
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At home: Munib R al-Masri
Ft.com Financial Times Blogs - over 4 years
The Palestinian businessman invites Izabella Scott and Kate Hardie-Buckley into his mansion atop the ‘mountain of mercy’
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FILM REVIEW; Born for Gambling, in a Casino and Metaphysically
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Even while wearing the poker face that is an occupational necessity for his juicy title role in Mike Hodges's film ''Croupier,'' Clive Owen conveys a sharp, cynical intelligence that rolls off the screen in waves whenever he widens his glittering blue eyes. Mr. Owen's character, Jack Manfred, spends much of the movie dealing cards and raking in
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Review/Film; Twin Thugs With a Mother Complex
NYTimes - over 26 years
The white swan flying through the dream sequence that opens Peter Medak's spooky and transfixing new film, "The Krays," appears predatory and gray. And in a later scene, children in a schoolyard are made to resemble an insect swarm. By comparison, the twin gangsters who are the film's central characters could not look more innocent or pristine. A
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NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: CRY FREEDOM Starring Denzel Washington, Kevin Kline (in photo), Penelope Wilton, Kate Hardie, Josette Simon, John Thaw, Zakes Mokae, Sophie Mgcina. Directed by Sir Richard Attenborough. 1987. MCA Home Video. 156 minutes. $89.95. Rated PG. Some violent episodes. CRY FREEDOM Starring Denzel Washington, Kevin Kline (in photo), Penelope Wilton,
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Film: Attenborough's 'Cry Freedom'
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: THE mantle of greatness does not fall lightly onto the heroes of Sir Richard Attenborough's epic film biographies. It is placed there by a heavy hand. A great statesman, as in the director's ''Gandhi'' or his new ''Cry Freedom,'' about the murdered South African leader Stephen Biko, is apt to be bathed in beatific light as he delivers
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NYTimes - over 30 years
NEIL JORDAN'S ''Mona Lisa'' is classy kitsch. It's as smooth and distinctive (and, ultimately, as insubstantial) as the old Nat (King) Cole recording of the song, which gives the film its title and a lot of its mood. It's also got high style, so you needn't hate yourself for liking it. Though ''Mona Lisa'' opens today at the Cinema 1, it's the sort
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