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Distributed by Endemol Shine International, The Fall has sold to 200 countries including Netflix in the US, BBC First Australia, Bravo Canada, Direc TV Latin America, Globosat Brazil, RTE Ireland, Fox International Channels across Asia as well as a multi-territory deal with ZDF Enterprises Germany.THERE ARE plenty of reasons to recommend Jon Wright’s new Irish comedy-horror, Grabbers. It includes an effective opposites-attract romance. And it foregrounds some of the most extraordinary drunk acting you could ever wish to see.Ruth’s character is uptight, fastidious and polished. Man-eating sea creatures are soon everywhere about. I thought it was very good, but I knew it could go ether way. It played at the Sundance Film Festival, still the key spot for independently minded cinema, before moving on to the Edinburgh Film Festival in June. And the quality of films is always really good.” And the Americans got it? “I got the script, read it and thought: this is a romantic comedy,” she says. The picture picked up strong reviews at both events. But John Hawkes and Paul Giamatti are walking down the street.
Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan are joined by stellar new cast including Krister Henriksson (Wallander), Aidan Mc Ardle (Mr Selfridge), Ruth Bradley (Humans), Aisling Bea (Trollied) and Richard Coyle (Crossbones) in the hit BBC Two drama.“Nobody knows what they look like drunk,” Ruth says.“So Jon asked how I felt about having a few drinks and then filming it.Plays Molly O'Sullivan, companion to Paul Mc Gann's Eighth Doctor, in Big Finish's licensed Doctor Who - Dark Eyes audio drama range.Richard Coyle and Ruth Bradley, the stars of hugely enjoyable and funny creature feature Grabbers, about a small Irish island community under attack from weird sea creatures, talk to View’s Matthew Turner about getting Irish accents right, being attacked in the face by special effects and onscreen chemistry. They’re very weird because chemistry is something you can’t manufacture, and it’s an indefinable thing – you either have it with somebody or you don’t.