Charles Barr, critic, author of Ealing Studios and English Hitchcock.
‘In film terms — and what terms are more appropriate? – Real and Reel feels like an
authentic “sleeper”: a modest, unheralded production with the qualities to command a wide
audience. McFarlane’s witty and engaging account of, among much else, his 60-year love
affair with British cinema will appeal to readers far beyond his native Australia.’
Real and Reel
A light-hearted, ironic account of a lifetime's addiction. It is one person's story, but it may strike familiar sparks among many others. Read more about “Real and Reel”