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  1. If Rolling Stones recommends seeing it with someone you loath, Tim Durkin will you be my date? Dutch of course! Tell [the missus] no worries she can come too if she likes!

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  2. Expect a trilogy from the young filmmaker.
    “The Nest” shouts of the filmmakers disrespect of his father (Rory in the film is based on the filmmakers locally based father) and their unresolved issues.
    “The Nest” is placed the UK
    The next film will locate to the US addressing the scams, frauds and the filmmakers family flight to Canada preceding the father’s indictment in Alabama.
    It’s suspected the last film will address the destruction and victimization of all the father touches and the justice deserved
    All buttressed by flashbacks to the father’s scams in Victoria in the late 1970s
    A trilogy will freshen and increase viewership of the previous films.
    A boost to his film career