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The Deal (2003 film): Quiz

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Question 1: ________ picked up the production and filming was carried out for five weeks in May 2003.
S4CBBCChannel 4Five (TV channel)

Question 2: [8] In comparison to his preparation for the ________ thriller State of Play, Morrissey discovered that no politicians wanted to help him with his research, so he turned to journalists Jon Snow and Simon Hoggart.
Norwegian Broadcasting CorporationTG4BBCRaidió Teilifís Éireann

Question 3: The Deal aired on 28 September 2003, the day before the Labour Party Conference began in ________.
DorsetPooleFerndownBournemouth

Question 4: [22] For the ________, James Rampton singled out the balance of drama and humour.
Daily Star (United Kingdom)Daily MailThe GuardianDaily Express

Question 5:
  • The Deal on ________ (available within the United Kingdom only)
    Five (TV channel)Channel 4BBCS4C

Question 6: Scenes set in the House of Commons chamber and committee rooms use the actual words as recorded in ________.
ParliamentWestminster systemNewgate PrisonHansard

Question 7: He researched Brown's background by travelling to ________—where Brown grew up—and reviewing numerous biographies and information about the Treasury.
KirkcaldyDunfermlineCuparGlenrothes

Question 8: The film, written by Morgan, dramatised the week following the ________.
Funeral of Diana, Princess of WalesDeath of Diana, Princess of Wales conspiracy theoriesDeath of Diana, Princess of WalesCharles, Prince of Wales

Question 9: [6] The success of The Deal prompted the production team to consider a new film—possibly surrounding Britain's commitment to the ________.
Iraq WarWar in Afghanistan (2001–present)Central Intelligence AgencyVietnam War

Question 10: ________ published a number of reviews by politicians and political aides; Charlie Whelan called it "enjoyable, if not entirely accurate", complaining that he was portrayed unsympathetically in comparison to Peter Mandelson—"the Prince of Darkness".
The TimesThe IndependentThe ObserverThe Guardian







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