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03:42 | 26th September 2017

Entertainment News: News

Thu 20 May, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Smith is playing the role Isherwood, who escapes the confided on his suffocating mother and a repressed 1930's Berlin, where he then meets Booth, a street cleaner and the pair begin a romance

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Doctor who actor Christopher Isherwood and Douglas Booth who recently starred in the Boy George documentary ‘Worried About The Boy’ have recently begun filming the adaptation of late gay writer Christopher Isherwood.

The pair are set to begin their whirlwind on-screen romance as they portray the story of the infamous gay author who wrote the likes of A Single Man and fled Berlin for a free life.

Smith is playing the role Isherwood, who escapes the confided on his suffocating mother and a repressed Berlin, where he then meets Booth, a street cleaner and the pair begin a romance.

Booth was recently under scrutiny after his latest project ‘Worried about the Boy’ worried the boy they were actually portraying.

The young actor took on the role of Boy George to which the star later dismayed.

Stating on his Twitter page George said 'Verdict, beautifully shot and styled but badly written, it lacks heart and soul! 'The make-up is the best thing about it.'
However the Karma-Chameleon singer backed up his comments by re-tweeting: 'I never slated WATB, I'm allowed to have an opinion, In general it was pretty entertaining actually!'

 

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