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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Kerrang!
The latest film from firebrand social realist Ken Loach, the story of a rare whiskey heist pulled off by a gang of Glaswegian castoffs, shows the director mellowing with age, while retaining his essential bite.
Paul Brannigan, the untrained actor who stars in Ken Loach's latest movie, has gone from being unemployed in a rough Glasgow neighborhood to nude scenes with Scarlett Johansson.
British director Ken Loach's new movie "The Angels' Share" is set in Scotland _ the perfect excuse to bring out the kilts in Cannes.
But Brannigan promises if they win the Palme D'Or prize they'll be happy to show people.
"I took my clothes off _ she didn't take her clothes off," Brannigan stressed. "It was fun. She was an absolutely fantastic girl. I was quite nervous at first, but once I got to talk to her, she was fine."