The Face (UK)
We know from Trainspotting and Cracker that Robert Carlyle can make psychos seem of roles. We also know that something strange lurks behind his mischievous glint and frigteningly real, and from Hamish Macbeth that he can throw a curve into the lightest skewed smile - but we're not sure we want to find out what is...
August 1996   |   Written by Gareth Grundy   |   View Magazine Scans

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