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  Golden Years
  Yes, that Nick Knowles
  MoliFilms Entertainment, High Fliers Films and Content Media are proud to announce that the successful British comedy heist movie GOLDEN YEARS, written by Nick Knowles, John Miller and Jeremy Sheldon and Directed by John Miller, is available now to pre-order on iTunes and on DVD and general digital release from 29th August 2016.

Nick Knowles as well as a writer, is the presenter of the hugely popular BBC programme ‘DIY SOS’. GOLDEN YEARS is his and John Miller’s first film together, and features an all-star cast of some of the UK’s most established and respected actors from stage, screen and television including Bernard Hill (Lord of The Rings, Unforgotten), Virginia McKenna (Born Free, Sliding Doors), Alun Armstrong (New Tricks, Bleak House), Brad Moore (Montana, NorthvSouth), Sue Johnston (Downton Abbey, The Royle Family), Una Stubbs (Sherlock), Simon Callow (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Amadeus), Phil Davis (Whitechapel, Poldark), Ellen Thomas (EastEnders, Rev) and Mark Williams (The Harry Potter series).
  Graeme Clark [24 Aug 2016 at 23:02]
     

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