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One of the few feature films from theatre grandee Peter Hall, Akenfield has been difficult to see since 1975 when, in an innovative forerunner of the modern multiplatform release strategy, it was broadcast on LWT the same night as its London premiere.But in one particular corner of East Anglia (my corner) this will always be the definitive Suffolk film.Arriving in cinemas before those is 45 Years, the new film from director Andrew Haigh (Weekend, Looking).
In an echo of a scene from Whistle and I’ll Come to You (1968) – another television adaptation of an East Anglia-set M. James ghost story – Paxton takes flight from his supernatural assailant across a bleak and solitary shore.
One of the highlights of Roger Corman’s Poe cycle, 1964’s The Tomb of Ligeia, was shot at the priory at Castle Acre, Norfolk.
Four years later, however, this 17th-century tale of the manipulative exploits of real-life witchhunter Matthew Hopkins (played by Price) remains Suffolk’s most famous bid for cinematic immortality.
Witches, Nazis and Anglo-Saxon curses – on film, East Anglia isn’t the rural idyll you might think…
To celebrate the release of 45 Years, let’s look east at other great movies with starring roles for Suffolk, Norfolk or Cambridgeshire.