theatre, films, radio and tv, etc. written down by Amy, basically so she can remember what she has seen and what she thought of it.
Saturday, 12 February 2011
The 39 Steps (1935)
The Robert Powell version was the first version I saw, it was boring, recently that Rupert Penry-Jones one was on TV and I watched it because my friend Calum was an extra, it was AWFUL. But I'm off to see the comedy play in London next week (for the fourth time in as many years, I might add) so I thought I'd watch the Hitchcock that it's based on to get me in the mood.
It was hilarious and exciting, I loved it and I can't wait to see the play again.
Amy listens to radio 4, she goes to the theatre and she rents foreign films. In between this busy lifestyle she creates artwork for TV drama productions such as BBC One's 'Birdsong' and the upcoming Stephen Poliakoff drama 'Dancing on the Edge'. Besides TV she carries on the classic British tradition of silly pen and watercolour illustrations. She also likes to made badges.