Robert is a recent film studies graduate, still trying to figure out exactly what to do with his life. Hoping to start a script of his own at some point in the undetermined future, Robert whittles away whatever spare time he can get his hands on by watching, writing about and making films.
Depending on which day of the week it is his favourite films vary between: Groundhog Day, The Seven Samurai, The 400 Blows, Once Upon a Time in The West and The Night of the Hunter amongst others.
Robert is also a long suffering fan of Hibernian FC. He hates 'The Hawaiian Pizza'. There is no place for fruit on pizza.
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A documentary about the famous musician Mstislav Rostropovich and his wife, Galina Vishnevskaya.
A military deserter finds love, trouble and a small dog in a foggy Le Havre - the Port of Shadows.
A man regales passengers on a train with the story of his frustrated romance with the enchanting Conchita.
Young nobleman Orlando is commanded by Queen Elizabeth I to stay forever young. Miraculously, he does just that...
A live-in nurse moves in with a pleasant yet quietly unsettling family to help look after their ailing grandmother.
Dramatic comedy about the strange goings on of a police officer obsessed by making the world a fairer place.
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