Posted by Ian Jones on September 6, 2007
I’m wondering if Tina’s ‘The Road to Me’ will be sort of like Mad Max or more like Driving Miss Daisy. Maybe a bit of both.
Actually, that’s a good idea. A film about the post-apocalyptic chauffeur of a thousand-year-old woman who is the only person who can remember how things were before a disastrous event.
He has to protect her precious knowledge at all costs from massive gangs of robots, zombies and mutants.
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Posted by Ian Jones on September 2, 2007
I got to know Bertolt – Wim’s chauffeur – quite well. He played professional football in France until he was 21, when a knee injury forced him to quit.
Then he spent a bit of time with a detective agency, where he got his little finger shot off by a gangster called The Roach.
He met Wim during a fight at a petrol station – Bertolt stepped in to prevent some yobs defacing Wim’s Mondeo with a rival sauce.
He says few employers are as generous as Wim – he gets his own maisonette and Wim lets him use the car at weekends and holidays.
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