1950's whodunnit 'See How They Run' is released into cinemas this Friday with Paul Chahidi playing 'Fellowes'

1950's whodunnit 'See How They Run' is released into cinemas this Friday with Paul Chahidi playing 'Fellowes'

'See How They Run' is a classic 1950s whodunnit with an impressive ensemble cast that includes Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell, Adrien Brody, David Oyelowo and Ruth Wilson. The dazzling murder mystery comedy is set in London's West End during the 1950s and also features Paul Chahidi who plays the comic role of 'Fellowes'.  

The film is about the murder of a well-known Hollywood director who is in the middle of filming a movie adaptation of a smash-hit West End play.  The whole cast are immediately under suspicion and world-weary Inspector Stoppard (Sam Rockwell) and eager rookie Constable Stalker (Saoirse Ronan) take on the case. 

The film is the feature film directorial debut for Tom George who directed Paul Chahidi in the BAFTA winning hit mockumentary series 'This Country', which earned Paul a an RTS Nomination for Best Male Comedy Performance for playing Reverend Francis Seaton.  Both are delighted to be reunited in the star-studded murder mystery, and are also joined by fellow This Country star Charlie Cooper. 

In a recent interview Tom George talked about how important their reunion has been to the new movie, saying, "Charlie and Paul are like kryptonite for each other in terms of laughing on set".  He went on to say, "for me on a personal level to have Charlie and Paul in the film after the journey that we've been on with This Country – was obviously so special, and it made things easier for me because we've got that relationship and understanding about tone and how we like to work together".  

He also talked about how the other actors in ensemble were able to "follow the example" set by Paul and Charlie in terms of chemistry and collaboration on set.  He went on to say, "it was just like a real dream to have them both on". 

The film is released this Friday, 9th September in cinemas across the UK.  Watch the trailer.

Tony and Olivier nominated Paul Chahidi is available for voiceovers from Anthea Represents.  Click his image for his profile page and voiceover showreel

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