Tamasin Day-Lewis, producer of the BBC2 series Adultery (starts Tuesday), Guardian
In the vernacular of film, this is the school of Martin Scorsese, not Cecil B de Mille.
Alan Yentob on Caravaggio's The Supper of Emmaus, National Gallery News
I want to forget all about the RSC years now. I found the whole thing ultimately depressing. I learned a lot but something in me was stifled.
Helen Mirren, Evening Standard
Looking back I think it's appalling to be so streetwise at so tender an age, when you could have been reading Keats.
Angel Bacon, illustrator, on her time at Holland Park Comprehensive, Independent
The sex is not wild enough . . . It's better if you watch it on video and speed the tape up. Lucy Ellman on Lady Chatterley, Observer
It's a real living, breathing religion.
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