In this brand new edition of The Mark Steyn Weekend Show, Mark talks to the screenwriter, producer and director Lionel Chetwynd - born in Hackney, raised in Montreal, but long resident in Hollywood. Steyn and Chetwynd discuss politics and popular culture, movies and the military - with special emphasis on what happens when you pitch a tale of wartime sacrifice with a dash of Ian Fleming to studio execs who want to know who "the real enemy" is. Click below to watch:
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Mark will be back on air tonight for another episode of our radio serialization of Conan Doyle's The Tragedy of the Korosko.
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