Today I had the pleasure of watching The Last Days Of Edgar Harding, a thrilling film written and directed by Stephen Fox.
Managed by world famous rock manager, Edgar Harding, a small time band is on the brink of success. On the eve of receiving the elusive recording contract all bands dream about, a devastating twist of events follow and test just how far one band will go to ‘sign the deal’. Set over 3 days, they experience the highs of success only to lose their grip a day later. They decide they must do whatever it takes to get it back, at a devastating personal cost to one of them. The Last Days of Edgar Harding is an amusing, yet shocking story about how ambition changes the lives of four musicians forever.
It’s a very enjoyable film, with an interesting story and some great acting. The entire cast perform well – Carolynne Good, Michael Gamarano, Wayne Russell and Jay Aston are great, and Richard Massara is brilliant. The standout of the film is definitely Daniel Sharman, who gives a superb performance as Harry. It’s an entertaining film, and one I’d definitely recommend.
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