As usual when she starts a film, Elizabeth location manager Sue Quinn hunkered down for an intensive preproduction process with director Shekhar Kapur and production designer John Myhre. "It's what I call the honeymoon period," she says. "You put in all the best possible ingredients you can, before you're told you've got no money to do that. You talk through the script, you talk about the characters, and what you feel they should have around them. And you go to the ends of the earth to find ...

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