Dean Spanley is a new film based on the novella by Irish author Lord Dunsany.
Set in the Edwardian era it is the story of a father (Peter O’Toole) and son (Jeremy Northam) who attend a lecture by a visiting Hindu Swami (Art Malik).
There they encounter Dean Spanley (Sam Neill), with whom, after a series of chance encounters, Henslowe strikes up an unlikley friendship.
It screened at the London Film Festival last Friday and I spoke to the director Toa Fraser earlier that afternoon.
You can listen to the interview here:
You can also download it as a podcast via iTunes by clicking here.
Dean Spanley is out at UK cinemas on December 12th 2008
> Download this interview as an MP3 file
> Dean Spanley at the IMDb
> Toa Fraser at the IMDb
> Rotten Tomatoes UK visit the set