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Having initialy watched this film at home, I found it to be as one of those few "I must have this in my collection" type of film.
Totally engrossing, powerful and dynamic, it shows the layout of Winston Churchill's hand-me-down destiny from the days of the Duke of Marlborough at Blenheim, telling him of his destiny.
Totally gripping and exciting, it is a dynamic film that shows the many mistakes the Party in power made whilst not listening to him, and Churchill's determination to protect the land, i.e. Britain, that he loved.
The secondary part of this film reveals the personal life between He and Clementine his wife, and his family. How she was his mainstay and support. Yet also… Read more