A Dickensian passion:
British director Mike Newell adapts 'Great Expectations' last great work of the writer .
His academic version is the result of decades of study and love of English author.
young idealists, social and economic misery, sentimental climax ... "All true," confirms Mike Newell (St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England, 1942). "We add one more: he was a very popular writer, who like his novels published in installments attending public reactions. And what remains: the language of Dickens is most recognizable for the British Shakespeare. Any English instantly know who is reading his text. " Newell knows of what he speaks: not only a filmmaker colorful career, with titles like Dance with a Stranger, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Enchanted April, Donnie Brasco, Pushing Tin, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire , Mona Lisa's smile or Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, is that if there has been a constant in his life has been his passion for Dickens, a burning that made you struggle for a long time to move forward with an adaptation of his work, which has been achieved through the celebration of the 200th anniversary of his birth in February 2012 "as we finally had a script that could approach their literary quality." Tomorrow will be displayed in Spanish cinemas so the result of struggle: Great Expectations, an academic version with Ralph Fiennes, Helena Bonham Carter, a battalion of great British side and starring Jeremy Irvine (War Horse).