Now I’m sure you have all heard that when ‘Hollywood’ goes out to make a movie, the real quality of the production is not judged upon their ‘stars’ the CGI or even how good the car chases are, but upon the quality of the refreshments.
Well this small scale, local production of The Real Macbeth is no different.
Fresh baked bread rolls, crispy local grown salads and Saffron rice were all topped off with sweet and sticky honey roasted chicken and even succulent home reared pork for the sausages.
Against this culinary backdrop, what does it matter that the ‘story’ of Macbeth is both exciting and amazing, or that the vibrancy and spectacle of the landscape truly shows Scotland in its majesty or even that this ‘home grown’ film company has somehow managed to imbibe the production itself with the very ‘essence’ of both building and battlefields.
Well done Flying Mirrors.