In the latest episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, Simon looks at two films that each took around a decade to made it to the screen.

1992’s Sneakers is a delightful caper, headlined by Robert Redford, whose foundations oddly enough lie in 1983’s WarGames. Plus, Redford directed a film himself either side of shooting the movie.

For Paddy Considine, he came up with Journeyman two years before his directorial debut, Tyrannosaur. Yet it took another project’s struggles for it to come to the screen.

Stories of both are discussed in this episode…

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