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Old September 8 2013, 03:46 PM   #31
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Re: The "small english town" genre of movies

Nerys Myk wrote: View Post
While set in America, would Its a Wonderful Life qualify? Lots of quirky towns folk who band together.
Not to mention every single episode of Northern Exposure and Gilmore Girls . .

Seriously, Northern Exposure is very much the Alaskan taken on this genre, completed with the befuddled newcomer who gets sucked into the community more or less against his will.

There's also a bestselling series of novels by Patrick Taylor set in the quaint Irish village of Ballybucklebo, which is full of eccentric characters. (Full disclosure: I've written the jacket copy for all of the books so far.)

http://us.macmillan.com/series/IrishCountryBooks
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