Sorry no. I've never even heard of it. I found this when I saw the DVD review for the Festival shorts and wondered if there were others so did quick search on Google. If there's anything to be found of of My Horizon online Google should help.
Post by londonstreet on May 2, 2007 14:00:09 GMT -5
I've just seen that amazon uk has listed a film named "Surveillance" to be released on 23rd July....the site doesn't give any info about the plot and the cast but the distributor is the same listed for Sean's movie at the Berlinale Festival, so I guess that it's Sean's film.
...and you know what the trick to whole thing is? It's not how many times life knocks you down...it's how many times you make yourself back up.
SEAN BROSNAN (below), son of former James Bond star Pierce Brosnan, who has landed his first major role as one of the stars of the drama series Generation Kill. Its based on Rolling Stone magazine writer Evan Wrights first-hand study of members of the 1st Reconnaissance Battalion when they stormed into Baghdad early on in the Iraq war. Wright was embedded with a platoon known as the Devil Dogs. His unsparingly candid observations have been adapted by HBO and Londons Company Pictures.
One is Sean Brosnan, the hunky young son of the former James Bond star. And the other is Sean Brosnan, the star of Pot Noodle commercials and regional comedy theatre. No prizes for guessing which is which but after some 40 years in showbiz the older Sean has lodged a complaint to the actor's union Equity about the confusion of having two actors bearing the same name. Explains Tricia Howell, agent for the senior Sean: "My client is a lovely chap and doesn't like to make a fuss. But Pierce Brosnan's son did say he would put another letter like Sean B Brosnan into his name to distinguish it, and he hasn't." Indeed much confusion has resulted over their names since the 23-year-old Sean decided to go into acting. "We often get scripts with roles which are plainly aimed at the younger Sean, " sighs Miss Howell. But not often the other way round. Happily the Sean senior has plenty of work, albeit less glamorous. Last year he was in a production in Milton Keynes of When Did I Last See My Trousers? and this summer he is starring in There Goes The Bride at the Sheringham Little Theatre in Norfolk. The other Sean is, apparently, filming in a somewhat glossier production in Africa.
I guess he's filming Generation Kill which is currently filming in Africa. But he's not on the IMDB cast list yet.
Oh my, he IS getting to look more and more like Pierce. I didn't think he looked a lot like him in the past, but I'm starting to change my mind. He's growing better as he grows older, just like his dad. Look out!
Post by steellinar on Sept 30, 2009 4:26:39 GMT -5
sorry for you, if you compares Sean and young Pierce. Crazy affairs! Sean is a nice guy, but Pierce...he had a splendour, a beauty that kill me, a...piercing look. Sorry for the parody. Hope I'd explained me.