Maimie McCoy on soggy shoots and her bad poetry

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Maimie McCoy on soggy shoots and her bad poetry
28th October 2014

This week marks 100 years since the birth of welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas, who’s famous works include; Under Milk Wood and Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night.

Maimie McCoy plays Rosie in the new film, Set Fire To The Stars.

The story is of an aspiring poet, John M. Brinnin played by Elijah Wood, living in 1950s New York. He lives a steady life until he embarks on a week-long trip to try and save his hell-raising hero, Dylan Thomas.

We caught up with her at the movie’s premiere.

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