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100th film on Island brings celebrity A-listers

Thu, 22 Nov 2012

Production on the 100th film to be made on the Isle of Man will get underway this week.

The picture, Dom Hemingway, brings with it undoubtedly one of the biggest stars to film over here in the last 17 years, since the Island's film industry first started up. 

Jude Law takes on the lead role; he'll be backed up by Richard E. Grant with support roles going to a number of other acclaimed actors.
It's described as a black comedy of revenge sweet and regrets deep.
The majority of the movie was shot on location in the South of France and London; they will complete production at Island studios in Ramsey.
It's being produced by Oscar Winner Jeremy Thomas in partnership with BBC Films, Pinewood and Lionsgate. 
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