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Deputy to become documentary star

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John Gollop is a Deputy in Guernsey

Guernsey politician John Gollop has been chosen as the subject for a fly-on-the-wall documentary being filmed and produced by a local student.

James Harrison is in the final year of his film and television degree at Portsmouth University and has been following Deputy Gollop all week.

Deputy Gollop admitted he was wondering what the 15-minute film would show.

James Harrison said: "There is no more interesting character than John. It's going to be a very naturalistic film."

Deputy Gollop said: "James seems to have filmed me for hours and hours, he's even gone over to Alderney on Joey with me.

"But it will all be edited down to 10-15 minutes, which is scary, as you don't know what bits will be chosen."



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