Terry Pratchett fans were moved to tears as the best-selling author was brought back to life through documentary Back In Black.
Telling the story of the late Discworld creator in his own words, actor Paul Kaye perfectly emulated Pratchett in the film by director Charlie Russell, who had made three documentaries with Pratchett before he passed away.
Back in Black told Pratchett’s story from his schooldays to when passed away in 2015 at the age of 66 after a battle with Alzheimer’s.
Fans of the fantasy writer, who sold over 75 million copies of his books around the world, took to Twitter to say how moved they were watching the BBC2 documentary.
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