May is proven to be the busiest of the year. I begin May with L’Arc~en~Ciel week, L’Arc~en~Ciel is my number one obsession (see my top 5 obsession here) and now in the middle of the month, I started Cillian Murphy Week and Cillian is my second obsession. Busiest month…indeed
…however, May is also the happiest month. It began with seeing the band I am waiting for 11 years (L’Arc~en~Cie) and knowing they read my message to them and it will continue with Cillian Murphy reading my message to him personally (I will talk about this message on May 25)
The reason for making L’Arc~en~Ciel week was because the band was performing on May 2nd in my city…and the reason for Cillian Murphy week is none other than his birthday on May 25
You can at least expect three more posts after this one, a short story I made based on Caroline’s idea, 13 favorite photos of him as part of Thursday Thirteen meme and of course a post on his birthday.
Now, let’s begin the first post on Cilian’s week
I have mentioned about this movie back in June 2011, here’s what I shared back then:
Screen Daily has reported that Cillian will be in a movie called Broken.
Theatre director Rufus Norris will make his feature debut with Broken, adapted by Mark O’Rowe from Daniel Clay’s novel. Cillian Murphy is attached to star in what is described as a modern-day To Kill a Mockingbird set in the North of England.
BBC Films Head Christine Langan tells Screen: “It’s about distrust and hatred in a small community. It’s very dark but with a note of redemption.” Dixie Linder, Nick Marston and Tally Garner will produce.
There is only one thing I should do before the movie comes out (it is still in pre-production)…Find the book, buy and read it
The movie, although said to be released in 2014 (in both Imdb and wikipedia) but it had made its first appearance in Cannes 2012. I am a bit not sure about that 2014, it might be 2013. I am also not sure that the movie will be played in my country’s cinema. Once again I have to rely on torrentz. I really want to see his face again in big screen but he is been playing in non blockbuster movies recently and my country’s cinema seems to hate non blockbuster movies *sigh* Read more of this post