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  1. I think it was BBC2 but in any case it is now out on DVD. DIrected by Charles Sturridge (Brideshead Revisited) and with Michael Gambon as Harrison and Jeremy Irons as the contemporary man who finds out about him. This was one of the best things ever done on TV, in my opinion.
  2. I am mad about film too and some years ago I started collecting film auto/biographies. For instance , "The Hustons" by Lawrence Grobel gives a wonderful picture of years of film making and acting in America. To me, this is much more interesting than analyses of the art of film-making and I am able to link what I read directly to films I have either seen or can get hold of.
  3. I have registered only today and went to this book because I am having such a problem getting motivated to pick it up - I am about a quarter of the way through it. Many of the reviews have given me permission (I obviously need it) to give up on something I am not enjoying. However, the experience has shown me how it is possible to be too influenced by friends (mine said she couldn't put it down) and TV (Richard and Judy recommended this apparently).
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