And they call it a dog collar. . .
Posted: 09 Dec 2008 @ 00:00
Stephen Brown on Christmas films
A CLERGYMAN takes a sip or two of rare wine and then talks as if he were a dog. It isn’t much of a plot, but, strange to say, it works well as a film: Dean Spanley (Cert. U) — touching, endearing and just the kind of thing to watch at Christmas.
Its strengths lie in the acting and the way the story is told. Set in Edwardian England (although, as this is a co-production with New Zealand, that country doubles for Old Blighty in some of the scenes), ...
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