Dangerous Edge: A Life of Graham Greene is a biographical documentary film about Graham Greene, originally broadcast nationally on PBS on March 29, 2013 and distributed internationally. It was directed by Thomas P. O'Connor and narrated by Derek Jacobi. Contributors and cast include Graham Greene himself, his wife Vivien Greene, Bernard Diederich, John le Carré, David Lodge, John Mortimer, Bill Nighy, John Perkins, Paul Theroux and biographers Richard Greene (no relation) and Norman Sherry.
Réalisé parJulian Richards OrigineRoyaume-uni GenresDocumentaire, Historique ThèmesFilm sur un écrivain ActeursDerek Jacobi Note68% Charles Dickens's England takes the viewer on a journey of all of the most important places, towns and cities that were the inspiration to some of the most famous settings in literature; Cooling Church in Kent used by Dickens in the opening chapter of Great Expectations; Miss Havisham’s house in Rochester; the almost forgotten London Roman Baths used by David Copperfield; Joe Gargery’s cottage in Chalk; the notorious Bowes Academy, the harshest of the Yorkshire schools now known to the world as Dotheboys Hall in Nicholas Nickleby.
A child of the Beat Generation, Gérald Leblanc conjoined urban-ness and American-ness, wandering and belonging, far beyond the boundaries of taboo. In so doing, he helped propel Acadia into the modern era.