October 14th, 2016.
After an incredible TEN (10) hours sleep provided courtesy of a day of annual leave, I was ready to face down the incredible day TEN (10) of this year's BFI London Film Festival with not one but TWO premieres - the first of which was for director Tom Ford's follow-up to the excellent "A Single Man" from back in 2009.
Here's how that went down:
So... that was that. A most enjoyble, slightly-above-average-in-class premiere for 'The Archive of Movie Premieres' to ingest and record. I'm going to head to The Office Now, sit down and have a nice warm cup of tea, and get myself mentally prepared for the next premiere, two hours hence, for 'It's Only The End Of The World'
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