The Sunday Times has an interview with Terry Pratchett, on 17 December 2006.
Just what kind of a man is he? The kind that tells us:
“Believing in Father Christmas is important,” says Pratchett. “It trains our imaginations on the little lies so we can believe the big lies like justice [and] truth.”
I saw Pratchett recently at the Oxford Union and was surprised at how geeky he was! Glad I'm not the only one to think so. Not sure if I want to see the Hogfather or not; it was my first Discworld book, and I don't want to be disappointed in the film. What do you think?
I have my reservations about the film too. Live-action movie may not necessarily live up to the imagination.
Well, the Harry Potter films were okay, great casting, but the slowly you realise what the films miss out on the books. I expect the Hogfather film may be similar.
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