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Stamp is properly grouchy in cutesy 'Unfinished Song'

Gemma Arterton plays choir director Elizabeth and Terence Stamp portrays cranky singer Arthur in “Unfinished Song,” also starring Vaness Redgrave.
Photographer: The Weinstein Co.
Gemma Arterton plays choir director Elizabeth and Terence Stamp portrays cranky singer Arthur in “Unfinished Song,” also starring Vaness Redgrave.
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“Unfinished Song” is a cute British senior singers dramedy all-too-obviously inspired by the 2007 American documentary “Young@Heart.” Round up some adorable retirees — “Old Age Pensioners, or O.A.P.’s,” the Brits call them. Put them in tie-dyed T-shirts, teach them “The Robot” and let them croon through “Love Shack,” “Let’s Talk About Sex” and “Maybe (I’m Crazy)” in between deaths, health crises and the like. It’s so impish and feel-good you want to pinch its cheeks ...

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