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Kiera Beddes 5 years ago
Terry Pratchett is brilliant and Richard Coyle is absolutely yummy!
Lucas Silva-Myles over 6 years ago
I don't understand why the books are so good, but the movies fall so short. Vetinary good.
Mary Pat Campbell 7 years ago
story of a con man forced to become govt worker, makes good. delicious villain in suchet
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Esme Rabin 7 years ago
Terry Pratchett's Going Postal is a two-part television adaptation of the book of the same name by Terry Pratchett, adapted by Richard Kurti and Bev Doyle and produced by The Mob, which was first broadcast on Sky1, and in high definition on Sky1 HD, at the end of May 2010. It is the third in a series of adaptations, following Terry Pratchett's Hogfather and Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic. It was announced as part of an investment of at least £10 million into adaptations of novels, including Chris Ryan's Strike Back and Skellig by David Almond. Filming began in May 2009 in Budapest. As is now traditional with The Mob's Discworld adaptations, several fans were invited to appear as extras, during shooting in Budapest. The story follows Moist von Lipwig, who after years of undertaking confidence tricks on others finds himself caught by the guards, the sergeant being a werewolf, and is sentenced to death under the alias of Albert Spangler. After a brief spell in prison he is hanged...
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