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 Post subject: New communist film released?
PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 4:56 pm 
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Note: Both Maxine Peake and Frances De La Tour are hardline communists.

Northern delights shining bright for Maxine Peake as she stars in new film Private Peaceful


RACING CERTAINTY: Maxine Peake, front of picture, stars in new First World War film Private Peaceful and is happy to be playing ‘mum’ roles at this point in her life

Film and TV star Maxine Peake says there’s no place like home when it comes to keeping you grounded.

The 38-year-old actress, who found fame on Shameless and has recently been on our screens in the second series of top legal drama Silk, lived in London for 13 years, but upped sticks for a move to Salford five years ago.

And Bolton-raised Maxine says her departure from the capital may prompt a similar exodus among the acting fraternity. She told us: "I love London, but I wanted to move back north because it has a totally different pace of life and a different community.

"A lot of my friends are now ringing saying to me ‘I am thinking of moving back north’."

She added: "I like that in the north nobody is impressed. I see people who believe their own hype and that’s when it gets dangerous."

Maxine is thrilled to be co-starring in the new First World War film Private Peaceful alongside Frances de la Tour, who played Miss Jones in Seventies’ sitcom Rising Damp.

Maxine, who plays mother of two Hazel Peaceful, told us: "Frances was fantastic to work with. She is one of my heroines and I think she is a fantastic theatre actress.

"We have an amazing range of talent and actors and we have produced some of the best playwrights."

Maxine played mouthy Veronica in the early series of gritty Manchester-based coemdy/drama Shameless, which will end next year after 10 years.

She went on to play Moors Murderer Myra Hindley in the ITV drama See No Evil.

A big fan of the British film industry, Maxine says Hollywood movies aren’t for her. But never say never.

She adds: "I have never been asked to go to Hollywood and I think you have really got to want it. And it depends on the script.

"I wouldn’t ask to go to Hollywood and I have never considered America.

"I don’t know what I would do over there.

"Big blockbusters aren’t my bag."

Maxine is now filming the six-part BBC1 drama series The Village with Life on Mars actor John Simm in Derby.

Set just before the outbreak of the First World War, Maxine again plays a mother of two.

She said: "I am at that age now where they are giving me mum roles.

"I am glad that I have had some great kids to work with."

Private Peaceful is released across the UK on Friday and it comes to the AMC Manchester on Thursday. ... e-peaceful


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 Post subject: Re: New communist film released?
PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:02 pm 
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Anyone who looks like Frances De La Tour is never gonna get a shag unless she turns to prostitution or Communism.

Her panting after that nigger in Rising Damp was an early sign of bad things to come. Today you can't watch a show or an advert without being invited to take part in a bit of Black 'n' White bonding.

Now when your new settee or bed arrives from DFS it comes with a free nigger just in case you and the missus fancy cerebrating a bit of diversity between episodes of Can't Cook Can't do Fuck All.

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