Deliverance (1972) is British director John Boorman’s gripping action-adventure about four suburban businessmen on a disastrous weekend’s river-canoeing trip. It ranks as one of my favourite films. I can never tire of seeing it. The horror starts in this clip below. As one of the
Two men beside me are talking very loudly, but I don’t understand what they’re saying. Not even enough to know if they’re talking about me. Another man has joined. They are definitely not talking about me – at least not now. They seem not even to notice my presence. Am I a ghost, a mere shadow of my former self?
The Right Honourable Phillip J. Pierre (MP) on sustainable tourism and economic development in Saint Lucia.
It can’t be much fun sharing your name with a famous dead rock star. Nick Drake is a poet, playwright and novelist.