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Richard E Grant Interview

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The acting institution that is Richard E. Grant comes back to the big screen as the smooth-talking sidekick of a safe-cracking criminal, in Dom Hemingway. Despite suffering constant abuse from his companion, his character Dickie sticks with him as they undergo their journey to claim Dom's money for keeping quiet whilst in prison.

We spoke to Richard about the movie, having to hear Withnail & I quotes daily and his thoughts on the music of the Spice Girls...

Dom Hemingway is in cinemas November 15th

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