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Their Finest (Scherfig, 2016)

Another film about the process of filmmaking, Their Finest takes us to bomb-riddled London in 1940, where a young secretary is hired by the government to help script morale-boosting propaganda films. 300 more words

Moving pictures 2017, #53

I’m still trying to catch up on my Moving pictures posts. There have been a couple of weeks where I’ve watched as many as three movies in a single night. 1,643 more words

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Their Finest (2016) izle

Their Finest (2016) izle
One Day ve An Education filmleriyle tanınan yönetmen Lone Scherfig’in son filmi, Gemma Arterton ve Me Before You’nun yıldızı Sam Claflin’i buluşturan bir romantik komedi. 47 more words

Dram

Introducing Carmen Radtke and Their Finest

I’m a former print reporter, but now devote my time to writing novels and film scripts.

I was born in Hamburg, Germany, but had planned on emigrating since I was five years old. 591 more words

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Their Finest

Director: Lone Scherfig
Starring: Gemma Arterton,Bill Nighy & Sam Claflin
Synopsis: A former secretary, newly appointed as a scriptwriter for propaganda films, joins the cast and crew of a major production while the Blitz rages around them. 536 more words

Gemma Arterton

Their Finest Blu-ray Review: "Arterton is sublime in this honest, good-hearted movie"

Based on the novel by Lissa Evans, with the screenplay by Gaby Chiappe, Their Finest Hour is set in 1940’s London in the Blitz where the Ministry of Information are controlling the industry and looking to build morale with the right picture for the masses. 601 more words

Home Entertainment

REVIEW: Their Finest

With a strong British cast and spirit, Lone Scherfig’s film doesn’t fail to charm audiences from beginning to end. 

Catrin Cole is a Welsh secretary living in 1940’s London until one day she is appointed as a script writer to help write the ‘slop’ (gushy words from a woman’s perspective) for propaganda films and is soon on set with the cast and crew of a new major film production. 435 more words

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