Keli Williams is a freelance writer based in Liverpool enamoured with the seventies, coming-of-age films and Russell Hammond. When she’s not obsessing over her favourite film Almost Famous, she can be found watching sketches from the original SNL cast or talking about her favourite director, Paul Thomas Anderson, on her Twitter @kelionfilm.
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