Andy McDandy wrote:That article's just basically a list of films. Seems very similar to a rant I read from George MacDonald Fraser - "Vietnam films are rubbish because the Brits never acted like that in Burma".
I'll start off by saying that the 1958 version with John Mills, Dickie Attemborough (and Bernard Cribbinds in a bit part) is an excellent example of a British war film.
But when I hear the Dunkirk evacuation being described as a stunning victory (Churchill was careful to avoid such showboating),
I'm suspicious that writers are laying a narrative for Brexit.
"Yes, it's shit, but there's an almost undigested bit of sweetcorn in it".
The educated differ from the uneducated as much as the living from the dead. Aristotle