Theo James, Amber Heard and Jim Sturgess in “London Fields.” Photo courtesy of TIFF
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A statement released on behalf of the company expressed disappointment that the film had been pulled and faulted Cullen for missing deadlines to deliver the film to producers."In its present form," wrote the New York Times, whose critic had attended the media and industry screening for the film, "the narrative is intercut with images of a predatory drone, nuclear blasts, a person tumbling from a World Trade Center tower, and what appears to be a gathering in Mecca".The producers of the film said in a statement they were greatly disappointed that the festival decided to pull the film.
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