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Hello,
my name is Deborah. Like you, I really love Atonement.
If you read the book, you know that there is a different ending.
In the movie, on the contrary, thhe end is an interview with the old Briony (Vanessa Redgrave) in 1999.
The "strange" thing is that I found two photos (one in particulary) that there isn't in the movie.
(I upload them, but the original are of Vesper, that doesn't answer me.)
I try to ask to Universal, Focus Features, Rachel Kennedy (the unit publicist of the movie, she has even a site), and other people (including a letter to Joe Wright), but obviously they don't answer me.

I think that a real lover of this movie will help me.
Please, help me to contact the Universal, the Working Title, the Focus Features to know more about it (even with other questions about the movie).
I contact them only via email because I can't speak on the phone: my English is not better enough (I'm Italian).
Please, help me.
posted by britmovietours
The Tallis family home
The Tallis family home
A new bus tour to film locations from the film Atonement has just been launched. Wwe’ll follow in the footsteps of Briony Tallis, her older sister Cecilia and Robbie Turner.

Your journey will start with a visit to some of the locations in central London before heading off on a three and a half hour journey to the heart of England at Stokesay Court. You’ll be guided through the actual rooms used in the dramatic opening scenes of the movie at the Tallis family home.

You will be able to lunch in the same dining room as the Tallis family from the movie. Lunch will also be included in the tour....
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Ready for action!
Ready for action!
Hi everyone.... a know a couple of people wanted to know who made this spot, it was me! I was an extra in the movie, and felt quite close to it, so I thought I'd share some of my experiences of filming... There is loads to talk about, and I have many photos from the Dunkirk set, so I'll probably do this in parts.

Okay, so my first day was getting fitted up for the costume, a standard WW2 infantry outfit. It was very bulky, and slightly woollen, but despite that it was quite comfortable (a welcome break from playing fisherman on my other turns as an extra... there's only so much rubber a man...
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My sand pit...
My sand pit...
And I'm back... I 'm gonna jump right into the actual filming I did, because there was a lot not even used in the movie, and it was quite cool.

Firstly I have to say just how enormous the scope of this was. The beach sequence in the movie is just a few minutes, but we were their for 3 days doing 'that' shot, and other bits and pieces, and with 1,000 extras all dressed exactly the same it becomes a fight to just get noticed by each other, let alone the crew. Thankfully they had given us groups... I was Blue group, which was the featured group. We went to the front of every shot, and were basically...
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