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"You've got five minutes lads to say your prayers...four minutes...three minutes...two"___________________________
on 7 January 2017
For most this will be an excellent drama. And for this reason, I've given it four Stars. Sadly, David Haig who plays brilliantly the part of Rudyard Kipling kept reminding me of his hilarious part and brilliant acting in 1994's Four Weddings...this decidedly spoilt it a little. I suggest unlike me, don't watch 'Four Weddings' twenty-three times!!
Oddly, I have never seen a film with Daniel Radcliff, but because of fame of 'Harry Potter'... I had the similar thoughts as above. Anyway, going back to the drama, which it is and not anywhere near the truth of the futility of WW1, it does hold you for most of the story.
I confess, I did find it difficult to review this drama.
Oh, thank goodness I've not seen 'Sex and the City' - as Kim Cattrail who plays Kipling's wife is superb in the part.