Tuesday, 20 October 2009

The Crooked Road to Paris

As has fast become the norm this term, next week's scheduled programme has been changed. Instead of Breakfast on the Med, a double bill of stage plays, we have The Crooked Road to Paris, a screenplay.

Still, it's the same writer, the esteemed Peter McKelvey who explains:

"THE CROOKED ROAD TO PARIS is a 70 minute film storyline. It is set in 1947 in Sussex. A young hitch-hiker loses her way and finds the unexpected in the form of a man who finds himself. No bonking, no car chases, few expletives but thrills galore".

Oh well. You can't have everything. Be there.

1 comment:

Peter T said...

Sounds good: far too many films about banking these days.