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Terence Stamp on the appeal of films about an older generation

Terence Stamp spoke to BBC Breakfast about the increasing appetite for films about the older generation.

Stamp's career has spanned more than half a century and his credits include films such as Billy Budd, Superman and Priscilla Queen of the Desert.

He initially turned down a role in his latest film, Song For Marion, which tells the story of a group of pensioners in a choir.

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