A lot of responses here assume your ex has a narcissistic personality disorder, which may be true. The question you need to ask yourself is whether he is contacting you in order to control you or whether he is contacting you in order to get help. If he was ever manipulative, especially if he trampled all over healthy adult boundaries, then you should probably cut him off forever and move on.
The movie tells the true story of a family’s experience of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. It had its world premiere at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival on September 9, where it received critical acclaim. Following its full release, Empire magazine dubbed it a “rousing, superbly acted, no holds barred melodrama is a mighty feat of physical filmmaking.” Peter Bradshaw mused, “This film is not especially complex, and not subtle, but there is judgment and intelligence in the simple idea of survival being the most agonising thing, and making survivor guilt the psychological aftershock of a shattering and irreparable blow.” High praise indeed, though it seems McGregor is finally getting the praise he deserves following a series of criminally underrated performances.
OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA convicted murderer who served 36 long years in prison thanks to a “false confession” has launched a new bid to clear his name even after being released.Raymond Gilbert, from Toxteth, was convicted of killing John Suffield Junior in one of Merseyside’s most notorious murders.John, who was 23, was stabbed 19 times at the Coral Racing shop where he worked on Lodge Lane in 1981.Within three days, Ray, now 62, was arrested on suspicion of murder and soon after was charged with his co accused John Kamara.There was nothing to link either of the men to the scene, no forensic evidence and no identification from witnesses and since then even the victim dad has expressed doubts over Ray guilt.The only thing detectives did have was a confession from Ray, which his legal team have argued was tainted due to him being interrogated for 48 hours without a solicitor present. The interviews or confession were also not taped.During the interrogation, Ray changed his statement a number of times and as soon as he was allowed to speak to a lawyer he protested his innocence.Raymond Gilbert when he was 22 years oldRay and his legal team are now fighting to have his conviction overturned claiming there is new evidence to prove his confession “wasn’t worth the paper it was written on”.Solicitor Maslen Merchant, of law firm Hadgkiss Hughes Beale, told the ECHO he is representing Ray and working on the case with a view to appeal.While his team can’t share exact details of the new evidence just yet, it is said to involve a psychiatric report that proves Ray shows signs of a personality disorder which could explain a “false confession”.The team will also argue that Ray also has a speech impediment which is made worse in stressful situations, and he is described as ‘vulnerable’.wasn me, I wasn there, I was in bed with my alibi Speaking to the ECHO, the Ray said: “I am not guilty.