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While historians debate facts audiences judge movies on expressive qualities, human insight and entertainment value. The beautifully produced Churchill (2017) is being criticised for its interpretation of history, leaving the film’s considerable cinematic qualities…
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I can’t fault the cast of this good-looking film course, but I confess to being rather tired of this national adoration of Churchill. In many ways, he was lucky to have had WW2 to base some sort of reputation on. My Mum took me to watch his funeral, from her office in the City of London. It was a good parade.
Best wishes, Pete. x
I tend to agree but I do think he was the right man at the right time in spite of his faults. I remember the funeral if only because of having the whole day in primary school devoted to him. My father then made me believe that he and Churchill together had won the war! At that time, my only view of war was from a Western (odd that) so I imagined them both toting their guns and tipping hats in a dustbowl environment with a crowd of horses on the sidelines. No other people, mind, just the two of ’em!
I love that old memory of the ‘cowboy’ war! x