Oscar winner James Marsh is aching to make a film in the county of his birth -Cornwall.
“I’d love to come back and make a film in Cornwall -I’m just waiting for the right story. I know the landscape and light so well, it would be a wonderful place to base a film.”
James, who was talking to Lee Trewhela in the Cornish Guardian, apparently thinks of Cornwall in times of stress -and let’s be honest, who can blame him.
And it was the countryside of his childhood that inspired another of his films, Wisconsin Death Trip.
â€¢ But what we’d like to know is, what part of Devon and Cornwall inspires you? Leave a comment.
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(image: a scene from Wisconsin Death Trip -inspired by the Cornish countryside)
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