"Directed by John S Baird, with Steve Coogan, John C Reilly, Shirley Henderson, Nina Arianda, Danny Huston."
"DRAMAKOMEDI Steve Coogan is great as Stan Laurel, the English comedian who wrote the ticket when he was Half. In the Laurel & Half films, he played the klantige and easily corked, but in reality he was the one who drove the duo. Laurel wrote and directed and ruled.nTills a crack occurred in the 1930s.end this melancholy the film is set mostly in 1953 when the two veterans are touring in the Uk. It is long after the couple's heyday. In the recaps, we get to see what happened when they shared of themselves. Stan Laurel left the producer Hal Roach while Oliver ”Laurel” Hardy stayed. Both of their careers flopped after this. Hardy has heart problems.yet they shall be reunited. Stan Laurel has been promised that the two should record a new Robin Hood movie in England. In anticipation of the tour, in humiliating forms. There is humor mixed with the bitterness.non the same tour, performing in Sweden, too, before the moderately enthusiastic audience. The duo make their sketches, and notes that time and fame moved away from them. And the gap between the two widen when old wrongs are released.nSamtidigt that there is love from the audience for the mature comics. They can still entertain. It is a touching story about friendship and fame, if the comedian and the pursuit of laughter against all odds."