In the latest episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, two 90s movies, both of which came together surprisingly quickly.

When Oliver Stone decided to press ahead with JFK, Mel Gibson was on the wishlist to star. The film proved a race against time, too, which in turn led to its innovative, acclaimed editing.

10 Things I Hate About You was conceived in part to take advantage of the late 90s teen movie boom. Yet it had a major late location change, and there’s the small matter of its lost sequel.

Stories of both are discussed in this episode.

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