With an eclectic array of films to his credit, director Danny Boyle emerged from his native England to become one of the most celebrated and revered filmmakers of independently-minded cinema. Ever since his emergence onto the world stage with Trainspotting in 1996, Boyle has managed to chart his own unique path without having to bow to studio pressures. Today on Sound On Sight, we’ll take a look back and discuss his not-too-futuristic sci-fi thriller Sunshine and look ahead and let you know what we think of his already critically acclaimed bio pic 127 Hours.
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