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By June 2, 2007No Comments

Screenwriter Frank Cottrell Boyce on his new film, Grow Your Own (from The Guardian):

Loads of dra­mas address the ques­tion of evil and why people do bad things,” says Boyce. “But that’s not inter­est­ing. It’s obvi­ous why people do bad things. The big­ger ques­tion is, why do people do good things? I find that riv­et­ing. Because a lot of the time, it gets you into trouble. People sus­pect your motives or call you a do-gooder.