Category: Film Review
My teenage son was out for the night, so my wife lined up a British period drama movie on TV, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. I loved it, though I was thankful I had a box of tissues handy. And afterwards, I was keen to read the book upon which the movie was based.Read More
It was a warm, lazy afternoon last Sunday and I took advantage of it to sprawl on my sofa and finish reading Their Finest by Lissa Evans. I started the book after watching the film, a British period comedy-drama about the making of a propaganda film and life on the home front during The Blitz.Read More
I watched Their Finest the other night. In many ways, it’s a typical British period comedy-drama about the making of a propaganda film and life on the home front during World War II. But it has an interesting and modern take on the role of women in society and their contribution to the war effort.Read More
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