May 2, 2021 at 10:00 pm
In the tradition of “Billy Elliot”, “everyone is talking about Jamie” (hopefully) will be in the cinema soon: hot and hot from the craze to show the star!
The planned start was actually in February 2021. Disney has not yet commented on a possible new start. We present the spectacle of ropes!
In the film musical “Everyone Is Talking About Jamie”, a teenage boy from the country finds his way to a show star as a drag queen. Nothing can go wrong as a film that works well as a documentary and stage musical. There is another true hero in British cinema and the story of Jamie’s dream is sizzling.
It all started with the documentary “Jamie: Drag Queen at 16”
The documentary tells the true story of Jamie Campbell, a teenager who wants to become a drag queen. Jamie grew up in a former mining village in County Durham, England, and had problems queuing up before attending school. Jamie is an outsider. He has no friends, but a real goal. She really wants to become a drag queen.
Jamie Campbell was the hottest topic of conversation in the UK when the documentary “Jamie: Drag Queen at 16” aired on the BBC was shown. In close relationships a boy dreams of a glamorous life as an attractive artist and does not stop dreaming. If not the musical content that was delivered free from real life to the door!
Everyone is talking about Ie Jamie ”- Ein Musical Hit
On February 8, 2017, the musical “Everyone Is Talking About Jamie” premiered in beautiful Sheffield and the state has not been barred since. In the same year, the show went up and down the West End of London and eventually toured across the country.
The template for the musical is the documentary “Jamie: Drag Queen at 16” by Jenny Poppwell, which ran on BBC3 in 2011 and is now available on Amazon Prime.
The documentary tells a very heartbreaking story of student Jamie Campbell, who makes her dream of becoming a drag queen come true. Jamie Campbell (the real one) started with having a wish. If there was one thing he dearly wanted, he would have to promis as a drag queen. And the boy is lucky – because he doesn’t have only bully and bullies in his life.
Most of his family members and friends support him. Jamie wants to share her passion for being an artist with the world as a drag queen. The stage musical describes the effects they have on social and family life. Mother Margaret Campbell is always on her side, a real treasure, if commentary is allowed.
On a stage with a sizzling film music
Jamie (Max Harwood) plans to show himself who he really is. The prom should be his first public forum. It is wrong, of course, that the stench of the province and the father’s parochialism (Ralph Inson) hurt the teenager with a blond year. His father rubbed it under his nose again.
The prom was a disappointment, but something could build on Jamie. He spends time with an established drag artist and fights his demons. For the first time he appears in front of a large audience as his alter ego, Fifi La True. While Jamie has some open and intimate moments in the family and discovers just how strong he really is, the film explores his hopes and fears for the future. Is the acceptance she receives from her colleagues and is she really believed to be?
His story is retired in the new film musical “Everyone is talking about Jamie”. He looks like an egg peel and even more amazing is that at the tender age of 16 he shows a lot of tough confidence. Platinum blonde Jamie Campbell made it as a star.
Max Harwood is Jamie News: “You’re like Beyoncé!”
And who is the main actor? In the mid-twenties Max Harwood music film “Everyone is talking about Jamie” is Jamie News.
Max is English, he grew up in Basingstoke and probably never wanted to be anything other than an actor and entertainer. He went straight to London’s Urdang Academy and studied musical theater. Max made his stage debut with “Spring Awakening”, a rock musical that is actually based on Frank Weskind’s play. High culture where you would not necessarily have expected it, how wonderful!
Max Harwood is now celebrating his film debut “Everyone is talking about Jamie”. The actor won over 3,500 contestants in a 12-month casting. These auditions mostly took place in stage outfits, including breakneck high heels. We praise the young star for the miracle of not only being seriously injured, but also of dancing strongly. The theater is the winner of the musical award, which we also wish the film wholeheartedly.
On behalf of Max Harwood, Richard E. Grant (63, “Doughton Abbey”, “Game of Thrones”, “The Age of Innocence”) plays as a dragging queen star, “Happy Valley” star Sarah Lancashire (56) as Jamie’s mother and Ralph Inson. (51) is in the role of Jamie’s grumpy father. (Cinema Aunty Katrin)