Drama queen

June 2003
Televisual;Jun2003, p61
Reports on the production work on 'Boudica,' a television drama about the life of an ancient Celtic warrior commissioned by Great Britain-based ITV. Cast of characters; Use of special effects; Major scenes; Plans for the production's theatrical release.


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