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Alexander Wellington: Nothing Is Forever

By: Anders Frejdh
Alexander wellington nothing is forever
NOTHING IS FOREVER, a non-profit production created solely to entertain Internet audiences, is the 2ND Alexander Wellington from our good friend Perrin Spychala. The film is a follow up to LIVE AND TELL.

A Criminal mastermind known as Falco (Shane Rubel) plots a nuclear blackmail scheme that only British Secret Agent Alexander Wellington (Perrin Spychala) can stop. Followed by "The Incredible World of Alexander Wellington."

Other films in Perrin Spychala's Alexander Wellington film series:
>Live To Tell (1992)
>Another Tomorrow (1998) with famed comedian Mitch Hedberg in one of the roles
>In The Service Of The Crown (2001)
>Smiles Aren't For Heroes (2006)
>For Those Who Dared Before (2010) with FSWL founder Anders Frejdh in a small role

Editor's note:
For other James Bond fan films featured on From Sweden with Love, click here.

About the filmmaker:
Perrin Spychala works as a videographer and local TV commercial producer. He also writes and performs stand-up comedy and assists The Ian Fleming Foundation with the restoration screen used James Bond vehicles and props. He lives in St. Cloud, Minnesota and can be reached at perrinspychala(a) For a full press-kit about Perrin's work and skills, click here.

Read an interview with Perrin Spychala from 2003:



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