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Downton Abbey: Series 1 Scripts (Official) Paperback – 20 Dec 2012
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‘Downton Abbey is what television should be.’ Simon Heffer, Telegraph
‘The sets and costumes are ravishing, the attention to detail painstaking and the performances are brilliant. But above all, it's a cracking story.’ The Times
‘A sumptuous, accomplished piece of television’ Guardian
‘Sundays won't be the same without Downton: In an age of patronising, tacky television, Downton Abbey was a true British gem.’ Max Hastings, Daily Mail
About the Author
Julian Fellowes has had an illustrious career in film, theatre, television and literature. Among his many screenplays are the Oscar-winning Gosford Park, The Young Victoria, and Vanity Fair. He has directed and performed in numerous films and television series, and his novels include the Sunday Times bestselling novel, Snobs. His most recent projects have been the multi-award winning screenplays for ITV’s Downton Abbey, which has enjoyed two immensely popular series with viewing figures of over 10 million. The highly-anticipated third series is scheduled for autumn 2012. Julian lives in Dorset with his family.
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A reading of the script also serves as a reminder of the evolution of the series including plot and character development. However, in the case of this particular publication, it also serves to enhance one's understanding of the series, especially in view of the fact that Julian Fellowes explains clearly why certain scenes have been included, excluded or moved.
He also details where the inspiration for certain situations contained within the script came from, which not only provides an interesting alternative perspective, but also serves to justify the inclusion of even the most unlikely happenings, within the context of the scripts.
Overall, this proved a fascinating read and represented excellent value as a Kindle download.