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Andy Serkis on Love is the Devil
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Andy Serkis on Love is the Devil 2013

United Kingdom

Actor Andy Serkis introduces a screening of the film that inspired his passion for cinema, John Maybury's Love is the Devil. Serkis discusses his formative days as an art student, his admiration for the film's subject Francis Bacon, and Maybury's imaginative approach to portraying the life story of an artist.

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Gay Cinema - Out of the Archive

Released

2013

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Production company

British Film Institute

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