Journey Into Light (2001)

A filmed essay/diary about the trials and tribulations, the pressures and pleasures of filmmaking, particularly with reference to his experiences bringing The Emerald Forest to fruition.

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John Boorman

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John Boorman

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Credited cast:
John Boorman ... Self
A.C.H. Smith A.C.H. Smith ... Self (as Anthony Smith)
Alison Smith Alison Smith ... Self (as Allison Smith)
Tom Stoppard ... Self
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A filmed essay/diary about the trials and tribulations, the pressures and pleasures of filmmaking, particularly with reference to his experiences bringing The Emerald Forest to fruition.

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Country:

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English

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