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Ill Fares The Land
14 April 2011 | by (Fife, Scotland) – See all my reviews

I have been searching for this film for about 10 years - it has never been released commercially on video or DVD But this year 2011 I have at last found who had a copy of this film. Scottish Television in Glasgow. I so wanted to see this film again as I have fond memories when it was first shown on Channel 4. The film features some breath taking cinematography and the production by Bill Bryden is fantastic. In the film you will see a very young David Hayman. It cost me £150 for a dub from their archive tape and to me I think its worth it. If you are interested contact STV footage Sales they will be more than happy to help.


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