The presenter recalls his boyhood heroes from the Cricklewood film studios,assisted by Tim Dempsey,founder of the Cricklewood Appreciation Society. The studio was established by failed ... See full summary »
This film is not so much an entertainment but rather a statement. I find it depicts the struggle growing up as a royal more believable than that of the paparazzi. It's another plus for BBC drama.
I feel that that is all what's needed in pointing out that that film is worth watching therefore I can't see any reason to waffle on. I thought filling up posts with unnecessary conjecture is not what a post should be and therefore I can't see my self posting again. Let others do the filling who have more to say than I.
O, I forgot to mention that William did a great job and Charles was very good as well and so did the Quin, the paparazzi and the BBC.
The other thing is that inviting posts who have a point would create a larger variety.
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