A FILM showing in Holmfirth this week has rekindled poignant memories of a love story.
Sylvia, which charts the tumultuous affair between American poet Sylvia Plath and British poet Ted Hughes, is on at The Picturedrome.
And for Scholes, Holmfirth, woman Marguerite McKellar there are many special memories.
She and her late husband, Prof Peter McKellar, owned a house in Dunedin, New Zealand, and were there while much of the filming was done last year.
They uncovered many memories and links between the film love story and their own romance.
The town of Dunedin played host to stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Daniel Craig for much of last year.
Prof McKellar used to lecture in psychology at Otago University in Dunedin and the college doubled as Harvard, which was the setting for much of the film.
Paltrow, one of Hollywood's hottest properties, was joined on set for the filming by then fiancé - now husband - Coldplay singer Chris Martin.
Mrs McKellar said: "Our story seems to follow very much that of Slvia Plath and Ted Hughes.
"They met at Cambridge, punting down the River Cam. That was where I met Peter.
"I was at Homerton College, Cambridge, in the 1960s and Peter used to punt me along the Cam, quoting poems from Coleridge in the summer sun. Sylvia and Ted did the same, quoting each other's poetry," she added.
"We married and finally ended up in Dunedin, via West Yorkshire.
"We were there at our house for the summer last year, when the filming was done, and it was amusing and fascinating to watch, said Mrs McKellar.
"Otago University doubled for Harvard, the tiny fishing village of Karithan became Cape Cod and the cathedral became the church where they married in the film.
"The verger acted as the church caretaker and a good friend of ours did the bride's flowers.
"But all love stories have a sad ending. Sylvia Plath died in 1963 and my husband some months after the filming was completed," said Mrs McKellar.
"But I shall be going along to The Picturedrome to see how the film has turned out."