England Is Mine is a 2017 biographical drama film, based on the early years of singer Morrissey, before he formed The Smiths in 1982 with Johnny Marr. Originally titled Steven (Morrissey's first name), the title of the film comes from a lyric in The Smiths' song "Still Ill": "England is mine, and it owes me a living". Read more on Wikipedia.
|Genre:||BIOGRAPHY, DRAMA, MUSIC|
|Produced By:||Baldwin Li, Compton Ross, Tom Harberd, Phil Hunt, Orian Williams, Alan Graves, Gregory P. Shockro|
|Directed By:||Mark Gill|
|Written By:||William Thacker, Mark Gill|
|Cast:||Nicola-Jayne Wells, Finney Cassidy, Jessica Brown Findlay, Adam Lawrence, Marc Graham, Simone Kirby, Jack Lowden, Laurie Kynaston|
|In Theaters:||Aug 25, 2017|
|Runtime:||1 hour 34 minutes|