Hollywood director Robin Hardy went for his journey to the heaven at the age of 86. Director of The Wicker Man, always cherished being a multi-tasker and proudly referred himself as writer as well as an artist and said “I’m somebody who doesn’t like to be typecast. I have been writing novels relatively successfully, especially in the [United] States, and I have done a great deal of journalism and I’m an artist. At least, I like to think so,” he said.
The best of his works can be seen in the classic The Wicker Man starring The late Sir Christopher, who was one of the lead of the movie and potrayed the role of a unique Lord of a not so included tribe, he was even seen quoting that “The Wicker Man was ‘the best-scripted film I ever took part in'”. What else does a director want? This movie was even termed as the “Citizen Kane of horror movies”, by the esteemed critics.
The film that realised in 1973, unravels a mysterious story where a police officer puts all his efforts to locate a missing girl on a remote Scottish island. This director died with the desire of making a third sequel ofWicker Man film, especially for Late Sir Christopher Lee. He wanted to give a last and final turn to the classic series and promised some mesmerising Celtic landscapes.