It takes a lot of confidence to be this ridiculous.
I went and watched Terence Stamp’s latest film, Song for Marion. And then I reviewed it.
“If you’re looking for 93 minutes of Terence Stamp, a funny bunch of over-sixties, Salt ‘N’ Pepa, Motorhead, Gnarls Barkley, Chaka Khan, cringe, and a generous sprinkle of the tender and heart-warming, Paul Andrew Williams’ latest offering, Song for Marion, should be right up your street. With silvery heart-throb Stamp leading the way as the curmudgeonly, melancholy Arthur, and Vanessa Redgrave as his terminally ill wife Marion, the movie chronicles an eccentric bunch of elderly people who sing in a choir called the OAPZ (endearing or face-palm worthy, I’m not entirely sure)”
Read the full interview here.