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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


Their Finest

Gemma Arterton and Bill Nighy are the highlights of this wonderfully realised tale of Britain during the Blitz, and the Ministry of Information’s efforts to make propaganda films with a female touch.


Their Finest

It’s 1940 and the picture houses are filled on the regular with bustling, rapt, appreciative audiences, the type that can make even the flattest films a lively and fond viewing memory. 455 more words


Their Finest.

Released in 2017.

Watched May 2017.

Verdict 7/10.

An impressive cast stars in Their Finest, a clever, moving film about how romance, courage and art can endure despite the horrors of war. 517 more words

'Their Finest'

Wistful and surprisingly charming (thankfully avoiding anything ‘cutesy’ or cloyingly sentimental), director Lone Scherfig’s (An Education, One Day) latest cuts deeper than the storyline suggests. 94 more words


Their Finest

From the desk of The Movie Snob.

Their Finest  (B+).  It doesn’t have the grabbiest title, but this picture by Danish director Lone Scherfig ( 142 more words

Written By: The Movie Snob

2017 Summer Movie Review: Their Finest

Movies set in World War II are always the most powerful. Movies about the movies are always the most entertaining. Danish filmmaker Lone Scherfig brings forth a talented British cast to provide the right amount of wit and charisma set during the harshest time in history. 228 more words