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Rhys Ifans becomesMr Nicefordirector Bernard Rose

Howard Marks is counterculture Britain's answer to a Renaissance man: an Oxford-educated drug smuggler and libertarian with a strong rebellious streak. His autobiography, Mr Nice, chronicling his journey from a small village in Wales to Oxford University and his subsequent emergence as, in the words of one UK newspaper, 'the most sophisticated drugs baron of all time', is now, after several false starts, being made into a film.

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