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  • The portait is most interesting and convincing, and I had a strong feeling of discomfort all the time

    • by limonar
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      Mike Leigh is a british director most known for his grey tones realism films like Secrets & Lies and Naked. A Sense of History is a short film a made

      in the early 1990s about a noble englishman who tells the most morbid story of his life. The audience is lead to believe this man is most respectable to begin ...

      • with, but the longer the films goes, the more we come to understand what an evil person he actually is. The portait is most interesting and convincing, and I had
        a strong feeling of discomfort all the time. Mike Leigh is obviously criticising the “noble” class of England, but he does it with a lot of wits, humor and intelligence indeed.



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