Andrew Haigh

film director, screenwriter and producer

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Director Andrew Haigh talks “Lean On Pete” and the appealing emotional trajectory of his characters.

Andrew Haigh: 'Lean On Pete'

Director Andrew Haigh talks “Lean On Pete” and the appealing emotional trajectory of his characters.

from The Treatment

The film  45 Years  tells the story of British couple Geoff and Kate, played by Tom Courtney and Charlotte Rampling, in the week leading up to their 45th wedding anniversary.

Andrew Haigh: 45 Years

The film 45 Years tells the story of British couple Geoff and Kate, played by Tom Courtney and Charlotte Rampling, in the week leading up to their 45th wedding anniversary.

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