Pelican Blood (2010)

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A love story set in the world of obsessive birdwatchers.


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5 February 2010 | ljreadyornot
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| Treadaway rocks!!
I went to this film knowing nothing about it except that it had something to do with birds. However, I was blown away by it. Funny, romantic, thrilling and sexy. British films don't often do convincing sex scenes but this one has a couple that are genuinely erotic. Great, great soundtrack too. Plus, Harry Treadaway is a real find. I'd seen him in 'City of Ember' last year and thought he was good enough. But he really steps up here and delivers a very powerful performance. The rest of the cast do great work too. I'd never seen Emma Booth in anything before and thought she was really engaging. Gorgeous too! I haven't heard anything about when this is getting released but it deserves attention.

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Nikko: I once went out with a girl and we're both going to kill ourselves. Turned out one of us wasn't serious.


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""Dreaming Of You"
Performed by
The Coral
Written by James Skelly
Reproduced by permission of Delabel Music Publishing (UK) Ltd / EMI Music Publishing Ltd
(p) 2002 Deltasonic Records Ltd. under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
Licensed courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited

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