Director Paddy Considine and actress Olivia Colman talk about their new film, Tyrannosaur...
Paddy Considine and Olivia Colman tell us about continuing the story from their short film Dog Altogether, the challenging issues in Tyrannosaur and Paddy’s impressive transition from actor to director.
The highly-anticipated directorial debut from Paddy Considine, Tyrannosaur has been winning universal acclaim for its assured direction and standout performances from stars Peter Mullan (NEDS) and Olivia Colman (Peep Show), including a World Cinema Prize for directing and two World Cinema Special Jury Prizes for dramatic acting at Sundance Film Festival this year.
A moving story of finding redemption and love in the most unlikely places, Tyrannosaur follows the story of two damaged people brought together by circumstance: Joseph (Mullan), an unemployed widower, crippled by his own volatile temperament; and Hannah (Colman), a respectable charity shop worker, whose apparent happiness belies troubles of her own. A gripping drama, defined by powerhouse performances and a deeply affecting story,
Tyrannosaur is released in cinemas on October 7.