Alisdair MacDonald [CC-BY-SA-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)%5D, via Wikimedia Commons
Film star beaches
A wrecked fishing boat on a North East Scottish beach appears in the poster for the Film The Life of Pi.
There was some suggestion that it might become a tourist attraction – like the telephone box at Pennan that appears in Local Hero.
It reminded me that one of our local beaches – Black Sands, Aberdour – is a film star.
It was a location in Sixteen years of Alcohol – directed by former Skids singer and Fifer Richard Jobson. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZacWzyw-izo
This got me thinking about what other Scottish beaches feature in films.
There are quite a few it seems – I found these other coastal locations on this website:
Local Hero – Camusdarach, Morar
Chariots of Fire – St Andrews
The Winter Guest – Elie
The Thirty Nine Steps (1959) – North Queensferry
Complicity – Inverkeithing
Kidnapped – Culross, Fife
The Little Vampire – Culross
Any other suggestions?