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There is a longish pause, a Chandleresque pause, as he considers the opinion of the grafters in the engine room at Chandler headquarters in Gibraltar, a slightly down-at-heel building whose uncheery exterior conceals some of the sharpest minds in the bookmaking fraternity.
Gypsy impersonators, who drag caravans around the country blocking roads en route to a week on some cheap and uncheery bog full of cow-pats (Margaret Beckett, you know who you are).
Although a bold antidote to Hollywood's usual feelgood fantasies, this uncheery drama could hardly be called a late Christmas present.