Saltburn's mansion and the TV locations 'invaded by selfie-hunters'

Tourists flock to familiar sights from Saltburn, One Day and Emily in Paris, but locals are less than impressed

The mansion used in the hit film Saltburn
The 700-year-old Drayton House in Northamptonshire has seen a surge in visitors since Saltburn was released
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The owner of the mansion made famous by the black comedy "Saltburn" has complained after fans of the hit film descended on the property.

"I never envisaged the amount of interest there would be," Charles Stopford Sackville told the Mail on Sunday after security staff were called in to patrol the Northamptonshire estate. "It's quite weird."

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