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David Filsell

As a keen Sherriffian, owner of an original programme for the play, watcher of the earlier filmed versions, owner of a signed copy of the novelisation (with Bartlett), I just couldn't bring myself to see the new film. The play seems to me to be  an example of "A perfect thing apart". 

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593jones

I haven't yet seen the film, but do intend to.  I was looking at the reviews on Amazon and was very amused at the  people who left reviews complaining that the film was a remake of Aces High, eg: The story line for this film is a direct rip off of the classic film Aces High and therefore a very disappointing purchase.  Sadly there are several like that :(

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seaJane

I am in the reverse position to David Filsell in that having seen the film, which seems unsurpassable, I am not at all sure I "need" to see the play - that said, there is a production on at Selsey soon. 

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