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Set Report - Cracking the code

Alex de la Iglesia has built a reputation across Europe as a comedy director with a larger-than-life persona and spontaneous style of film-making. So it came as little surprise to find him painting the walls of St Edmund Hall in Oxford and bellowing at his crew to work faster when Screen visited the set of his latest film The Oxford Murders on a sunny day in mid-March.

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