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A film based on the famous book 'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society' has had its released date revealed.
The film, called 'Guernsey', is set in the island in the aftermath of Word War II and will premiere in cinemas on April 20th next year.
The adaptation, which stars Downtown Abbey actress Lily James and Game of Thrones actor Michiel Huisman, was directed by Four Weddings and a Funeral's Mike Newell.
The screenplay was adapted from the Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows international best-selling novel about a journalist who decides to write about an island book club which formed during the war.
The book sold 7.5 million copies in 37 countries.
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