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Julie Anne Robinson is a Director British born on 8 august 1945

Julie Anne Robinson

Julie Anne Robinson
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Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 8 august 1945 (78 years)

Julie Anne Robinson is a British theatre, television, and film director perhaps best known for her work on British television. She earned BAFTA and Golden Globe nominations for directing the first half of the BBC miniseries Blackpool. In 2009, Robinson completed work on her first feature film, the American Touchstone Pictures film The Last Song.

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Filmography of Julie Anne Robinson (3 films)

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One for the Money, 1h31
Directed by Julie Anne Robinson
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Action, Crime, Romance
Actors Katherine Heigl, Jason O'Mara, Daniel Sunjata, John Leguizamo, Sherri Shepherd, Debbie Reynolds
Rating53% 2.652232.652232.652232.652232.65223
Stephanie Plum, out of work and out of cash, turns in desperation to her disreputable cousin Vinnie, of Vinnie's Bail Bonds, for work. Despite having no equipment, training or particular skill she becomes a bail enforcement agent, chasing after Vinnie's highest stakes bail jumper: Joe Morelli, a former vice cop who is wanted for murder, who also happened to seduce and dump Stephanie back in high school after taking her virginity.
The Last Song, 1h47
Directed by Julie Anne Robinson
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Miley Cyrus, Liam Hemsworth, Bobby Coleman, Kelly Preston, Greg Kinnear, Nick Lashaway
Rating60% 3.020393.020393.020393.020393.02039
At seventeen, Veronica "Ronnie" Miller (Miley Cyrus) remains as rebellious as she was the day her parents divorced and her father moved to North Carolina three years prior. Once a classical piano child prodigy under the tutelage of her father, Steve Miller (Greg Kinnear), Ronnie now ignores the instrument and has not spoken with her father since he left. While Juilliard School has been interested in her since she was young, Ronnie refuses to attend.
Coming Down the Mountain, 1h30
Directed by Julie Anne Robinson
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama
Actors Nicholas Hoult, Neil Dudgeon, Emer Kenny, Katie Griffiths, Charlie Clapham, Louisa Connolly-Burnham
Rating74% 3.7224053.7224053.7224053.7224053.722405
David and Ben Philips are teenage brothers who live in London. Ben has Down's syndrome. David resents the protective attention his parents lavish on his younger brother and how much they rely on him to look after Ben. The family move from London to Derbyshire so that Ben can attend a special school, meaning David has to leave his friends and girlfriend, Gail, behind. Ben makes friends and finds a girl friend. David has difficulty fitting into his new school, suffering at the hands of bullies. David discovers that Gail has moved on from him only five weeks after their break up, which leads him to self-harm. David decides to kill his brother. He takes Ben hitchhiking without telling his parents, and they camp in Snowdonia. Climbing the mountain, David plans to murder Ben by pushing him off a high ridge. At the top, David changes his mind but following taunting by Ben pushes him in a fit of rage. Ben survives the fall relatively uninjured, but goes to hospital. David kidnaps him from hospital, but Ben stands up to him. He becomes the stronger character and after an evening talking round the camp fire David sees the real Ben for the first time and the brothers become reconciled. They both stand up to their parents' excessive molly coddling who for the first time see Ben as a young adult. Ben explains that he has a girlfriend and wants to work on a farm. David writes to Alice - a girl he met while at Snowdonia - and the two bond.