men are being urged to head for Dundee if they
are interested in screen roles where a full
head of hair will be a positive disadvantage.
are all needed by filmmaker Glenn Millar who
pland to use them as melon-headed aliens in
his next production, Episode 2, billed
as having "a cast of thousands!"
1 was his first epic, Godsend, which
Mr Millar completed for just £150, but which
caught the attention of the movie world when
it was shown at the Cannes festival.
time his plans have won backing from the Black
Watch regiment, who are offering assistance
and hes in talks with Dundee football
club about gaining access for scenes needed
in the film.
thing is for certain; if things get a bit fraught
during filming, members of the cast may be unable
to tear their hair out
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