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I felt I owed James Cosmo an apology for risking undermining his confidence in his costume while he was on a shoot. I met him at a film and comic convention several years later and took my opportunity to apologise. I very much doubt that he remembered me, and have no reason to believe that I had done any harm, but it still seemed the right thing to do.
All these years later, though, I take the opportunity to criticise a photograph I took of one of the shots I was involved with, when shooting Ivanhoe in Aydon Castle for the BBC.
Yes, I am well aware of the irony in my criticising people for having messy hair.
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Apologising to James Cosmo
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