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I liked the film with Tim Spall, and Jeremy Northam. No need for a remake, just show that one in the cinemas instead. It was excellent.
Best wishes, Pete. x
I forgot the link. (It was 1988) x
Ah, but that was a television film, not a big-screen movie.
That’s the producer’s answer I’m giving you!
True. But it was released on DVD, and is still shown regularly on TV. Good enough for me, Sarah. x
I’ve no doubt it is but you’re not taking into account the desire for remakes in the industry and the ‘I can make it the definitive version’ mentality in the business!
I am aware of that of course, Sarah.
I have been trying to ignore that mentality for decades! 🙂
Best wishes, Pete. x