Winston Churchill - The Wilderness Years - Vol. 2: In High Places / A Menace In The House details
|Starring:||Nigel Havers, Sian Phillips, Robert Hardy|
|Studio:||DELTA VISUAL ENTERTAINMENT|
Winston Churchill - The Wilderness Years - Vol. 2: In High Places / A Menace In The House
|Run time:||1 hour 42 minutes|
|Rental release:||26 Jun 2006|
Most helpful review
Excellent HistoryBy Tony G from Torquay , 23 May 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]Very well casted and acted. They have captured to era well and have stuck well to Martin Gilbert's biography. The standard of the DVD is appalling. Well worthe watching
Winston Churchill-The Wilderness YearsBy a customer from Scotland , 03 Jun 2010Have given this only 2 stars (disappointing) because the disc contains 2 episodes from a series, the rest of the series does not appear to be available for rental. Don't understand why Lovefilm would make only 1 disc from a multiple disc set available. I would like to see the whole series but wouldn't necessarily want to buy it. If you rent this disc you will be watching 2 episodes taken from the middle of a series and if you then want to see them in context you will have to buy the series.
wilderness triumphBy spludger (12 reviews) from Galashiels , 24 Jun 2008this is a fantastic insight into the mind of winston churchill ..a docu drama which delves into the frequently melancholic mind of a truly great statesman, albeit a man of war. the in depth profile, gives one the opportunity to witness the frantic attempt of a failing politicion to re- attain a posiition of power within the corridors of whitehall... This series is well acted and without a doubt a proper tribute to such a principled politician, and highlights his peace time failings as well as the fortitude that would be required to achieve his undoubted war time triumphs, with his multitude of moral building speeches, which lifted the spirits and raised the hope and hearts of the nation.
Excellent HistoryBy Tony G from Torquay , 23 May 2007Very well casted and acted. They have captured to era well and have stuck well to Martin Gilbert's biography. The standard of the DVD is appalling. Well worthe watching
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