5 6 After taking a gap year to finance Painted Faces, Hooper read English at University College, Oxford. 6 It was sold to Channel 4 and broadcast on the channel's First Frame strand in 1992, had a screening at the 35th London Film Festival and had a limited theatrical release. 55 56 In comparing the two films, Variety 's Adam Dawtrey wrote, "Hooper's 2009 film The Damned United didn't register among awards selectors, but King's Speech is a much more personal project.
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A b Fendelman, Adam. The Culture Show : Series 5, Episode. At the end of episode. The heavily edited compromise rushes through a dense plot and is at least never boring. Hollywood Foreign Press Association (14 December 2010). Retrieved ( archived by WebCite on ). Event occurs at 00:03:1000:05:56. 21 During pre-production, Hooper engaged in meticulous research, particularly on the locations and the football grounds of the era.