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Sunday Mail (UK) - - The Judge -

pa­per pa and we got the worst re­views of any­where an in Sval­bard.

“But it’s great. We first went in the dark months mo – 24 hours of mid­night darkness – and we thought peo­ple were go­ing to be gloomy and an mis­er­able. Not in the slight­est, it was like lik party time. The peo­ple are friendly and happy ha and there’s lots of snow, rein­deer hunt­ing hu and dog sleds.

“It’s a fan­tas­tic, crazy place and it’s very so­cia­ble. so There are lots of pubs and bars and mu­sic. mu I’ve been there five or six times and film­ing film there this last time was re­ally spe­cial.”

Si­mon’s en­thu­si­asm for the Arc­tic was echoed ec by the cast, not least Quaid. The Hol­ly­wood Ho ac­tor, 64, whose films in­clude Far From Fr Heaven, The Big Easy and In­nerspace, plays pla crab fish­er­man Michael Len­nox – and not no even the cold could dull his en­thu­si­asm.

Si­mon said: “We had Den­nis in minus-30 de­grees de in the Arc­tic run­ning about out­side bare-chested ba wear­ing a ball gag for two days. The Th snow was so hard and cold, it was like run­ning ru in ce­ment – and he was lov­ing it.

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