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    Nuada
    The Wicker Man Journal




    Nuada is a unique and much-needed publication designed to enlighten The Wicker Man enthusiast, not only in terms of missing footage, or as to the whereabouts of the filming locations, but in every imaginable way from interviews with the cast and crew to in-depth articles written by the the Scottish locals themselves who stepped in as extras way back in 1972.

    More than this, Nuada provides a forum for discussion on this one-off and greatly under-appreciated cult classic giving admirers of The Wicker Man the chance to pool together their thoughts and views. Above all, Nuada offers the reader a wealth of first-hand information and a rare insight into the making of Anthony Shaffer's timeless masterpiece, ultimately bringing the film's fragmented and elusive cinematic story that much clearer into focus.

    Nuada welcomes written contributions, photos, artwork, or anything else relating to the film for possible inclusion in future editions of the journal.







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    The Wicker Man is a great film! I prefer British films so much to American films. It gives us a glimpse of Britain before Christianity, twisted and distorted as it is, which is beautiful and refreshing. The film is kosher.

    Where is Rowan Morrison?

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