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Gerald's Cottage in Cornwall houses a literary treasure.

Written in the visitors' book are two decades of griping British holidaymakers' comments.

Christopher Morris and his family spend a weekend at Gerald's cottage and discover two decades of remarkable, argumentative, eclectic and bizarre entries in the visitors book.

Now those scribbled words are brought vividly to life by a cast of actors, shedding light on love, family life, three-in-a-bed sex, ripped trousers, cracked floorboards and the pros and cons of shower attachments.

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Christopher Morris and his family spend a weekend at Gerald's cottage and discover two decades of remarkable, argumentative, eclectic and bizarre entries in the visitors book. Now those scribbled words are brought vividly to life by a cast of actors, shedding light on love, family life, three-in-a-bed sex, ripped trousers, cracked floorboards and the pros and cons of shower attachments.

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Gerald's Cottage in Cornwall houses a literary treasure.

Written in the visitors' book are two decades of griping British holidaymakers' comments.

Christopher Morris and his family spend a weekend at Gerald's cottage and discover two decades of remarkable, argumentative, eclectic and bizarre entries in the visitors book.

Now those scribbled words are brought vividly to life by a cast of actors, shedding light on love, family life, three-in-a-bed sex, ripped trousers, cracked floorboards and the pros and cons of shower attachments.

20060501

Gerald's Cottage in Cornwall houses a literary treasure. Written in the visitors' book are two decades of griping British holidaymakers' comments. Broadcaster Christopher Morris visits the cottage, opens the covers of the book, and vividly brings it to life, using a cast of actors.

They shed light on love, family life, three-in-a-bed sex, ripped trousers, cracked floorboards and the pros and cons of shower attachments.

20060501

Gerald's Cottage in Cornwall houses a literary treasure.

Written in the visitors' book are two decades of griping British holidaymakers' comments.

Broadcaster Christopher Morris visits the cottage, opens the covers of the book, and vividly brings it to life, using a cast of actors.

They shed light on love, family life, three-in-a-bed sex, ripped trousers, cracked floorboards and the pros and cons of shower attachments.