Director Louise Osmond says: "I think the great tragedy of the story is watching events close in on him [Donald Crowhurst]. At each turn when the chance arises to make the right decision—to turn in, or turn back, or even admit the deceit—he doesn’t. And each time he doesn’t, his position becomes more difficult, more complicated, more deceitful."
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