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Jonathan Teplitzky


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Brian Cox as Winston Churchill
Kevin Findlay as Fanshawe
Angela Costello as Kay Summersby
Peter Ormond as Briggs
Steven Cree as Captain Stagg
Ella Purnell as Helen
Richard Durden as Jan Smuts
George Anton as Admiral Ramsay
Julian Wadham as Bernard Montgomery
Danny Webb as Alan Brooke
James Purefoy as King George VI
Miranda Richardson as Clementine Churchill
Jonathan Aris as Mallory
John Slattery as Dwight Eisenhower
Churchill Storyline: June 1944. Allied Forces stand on the brink: a massive army is secretly assembled on the south coast of Britain, poised to re-take Nazi-occupied Europe. One man stands in their way: Winston Churchill. Behind the iconic figure and rousing speeches: a man who has faced political ridicule, military failure and a speech impediment. An impulsive, sometimes bullying personality - fearful, obsessive and hurting. Fearful of repeating, on his disastrous command, the mass slaughter of 1915, when hundreds of thousands of young men were cut down on the beaches of Gallipoli. Obsessed with fulfilling historical greatness: his destiny. Exhausted by years of war and plagued by depression, Churchill is a shadow of the hero who has resisted Hitler's Blitzkrieg. Should the D-Day landings fail, he is terrified he'll be remembered as an architect of carnage. Political opponents sharpen their knives. General Eisenhower and Field Marshal Montgomery are increasingly frustrated by Churchill's attempts to stop...
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Somewhat disappointed at the short period covered by the movie
Churchill is best remembered from war time propaganda and news bulletins. The truth is he was guilty of numerous detestable acts of cruelty, and possibly even genocide, throughout his self centred career. Undoubtedly a war criminal, but we know that the victors are seldom called to account. While the film highlights his anger and irrational behaviour at being less involved in the final stages of the war, and for good reason, it fails to depict his avid hatred for those he considered the lower classes, and in particular his hatred of coloured peoples from around the world, and this is where it fails to show who the man really was. Today's conservatives are better at hiding their true feelings of being superior; Churchill didn't think he needed to do so, and it showed many times in his actions. He was much closer to being a fascist than was most of the German population. He actually admired Mussolini, and said so. As a movie it works well enough, but as a depiction of the man himself it's little more than a pencil sketch. The complete story is a horror film.
A great leader and a most unpleasant man
"Churchill" (2017 release from the UK; 105 min.) is a movie about Winston Churchill. As the movie opens, we are reminded it is "June 1944", and we see Churchill walking on the beach, thinking back to the horrors of a WWI amphibian attack that went horribly wrong. The action then movies to "Downing Street Annexe", where Churchill is seemingly practicing lines for an upcoming speech--we later learn that it is for a tete-a-tete with King George during one of the last briefings before D Day. At this point we're 10 min. into the movie but to tell you more of the plot would spoil your viewing experience, you'll just have to see for yourself how it all plays out.

Couple of comments: this is the latest movie from Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky. Here he brings a snapshot of Winston Churchill to the big screen. Don't call it a biopic as only the days leading up to D Day are covered. And what we see isn't a pretty picture. Churchill comes across as a cranky old man who is petulant and aloof. As the movie ends, the end titles inform us that "Churchill is viewed by many as the greatest Briton ever", and while it certainly is true that he was a great WWII leader, if what we see here reflects reality, Churchill also was a most unpleasant man. That makes the task of director Teplitzky much harder to make a movie that is compelling. I watched most of the movie simply being annoyed at Churchill. I can't imagine that was the intent of the film... Veteran UK actor Brian Cox does a fantastic job in the title role, but of course he cannot make Churchill into a sympathetic figure. I must wonder whether what we see in the film is an accurate reflection of what happened in the days leading up to D Day. Did Churchill really battle Eisenhower and Montgomery to stop D Day from happening? I have no idea. Given all the commotion that is portrayed, the movie is surprisingly flat-footed.

The movie opened recently at my local art-house theater here in Cincinnati. The Friday evening screening where I saw this at was attended okay but not great (I'd guess about 15 people). If you are interested in WWII history or perhaps Churchill himself, I'd suggest you check this out, be it in the theater, on VOD, or eventually on DVD/Blu-ray. Just don't expect a riveting movie, or a pleasant man.
Awesome movie
Incredible movie, with action and fights, emotional, very good plot and with superb finale !!!!! I believe it is one from the best movies this year. Also, i liked the depressed mood, who seeks the salvation from his personal drama... I will see it again and again for sure.

Who would have thought that Churchill would give rise to such a profoundly wonderful and deep film.
An Abomination
By some reckoning the worst film I have seen in a long, long time. Some plus points for the photography, though it's overemphasised to obscure the small budget, from which you'd get change from a box of popcorn and carton of cola from the Odeon kiosk. When Monty addresses his men before sailing for Normandy, they seem to number only 15. Chartwell (Churchill's home) seems to consist of two box rooms, albeit nicely shot.

This is the sort of film that makes one wish the Germans had won the war, it's that bad. Historically I can't say it's accurate that Churchill didn't want to open a second front against the Germans, and so to base an entire film around that seems like madness. On top of this, he is portrayed as a senile, out-of-touch buffoon who is only fit for a nursing home, who turns up three days before D-day with an alternative invasion plan for Eisenhower. Who laments the imminent loss of life - this would be the same Churchill who led (failed) allied attempts in Norway, Crete, Dieppe, yet you'd imagine from this that the Normandy landings was the first military initiative.

Characterisation is broad, dialogue is asinine.

I don't carry a torch for Churchill, like many great men he had flaws, but this is at such variance with the truth it's basically pornography, except unlike pornography I can't imagine how it could appeal to anyone.
interesting,flawed,revisionist spoilers spoilers
It is not the 1940s or 1950s and I am not a Daily Mail reader so I can accept that Churchill was a flawed leader and a flawed human being but what a human being.

A biopic of Churchill's whole life would last many hours because he did so much in his life. But this film is a version of his life in June 1944 and from the history I have studied it is inaccurate and revisionist.

If you want a warts and all story of Churchill and his war seek out the old BBC series Churchill and the generals which shows him falling out with everybody,promoting stupid plans but never actually opposing the D Day landings. He was far too much hands on but he made a lot of good decisions along with the errors.

Perhaps more recent studies of Churchill show him to be a slightly more flawed leader and person than people used to believe but this film is not much more than a hatchet job. The acting in this is good ,and it looks great. I am Scottish so I recognise that Glasgow and Edinburgh pretend to be London in this,I think the amazing Glasgow City Chambers is featured,as is the Signer library in Edinbrgh. This is an interesting film and I am glad I saw it but as history it is deeply flawed. We need a multi part mini series of Churchill's life.
Melodramatic nonsense
All evidence points to Churchill being the main actor behind the idea of the Normandy landings. He pushed for it for over two years with increasing impatience, trying to persuade Roosevelt to agree. The second front was seen in Britain as an absolute necessity in order to prevent Hitler defeating the Russians, consolidating their mainland European forces, and gaining the resources they needed, including oil from the Caucasus, to mount a full-scale attack on England. After the Russian victory at Stalingrad, it was seen as necessary to shorten the war, and to stop the Russians becoming too dominant on the continent.

As the noted historian Martin Gilbert notes: "It was Roosevelt, not Churchill, who postponed, the Second Front for a full two years. In the long run-up to D-Day, Churchill was convinced that a cross-Channel landing was the way to Germany's defeat."

Churchill was the inspiration behind the floating Mulberry harbours needed for unloading heavy weaponry and equipment from ships - hollow concrete, floating blocks that were towed across the Chanel by tugs. He was also intrigued by, and personally oversaw, the projects to modify tanks specially developed for tackling the particular difficulties of landing in sea water and mounting beach defenses. Far from being out-of-touch and stuck in ideas held in the previous war, as falsely portrayed in the film, he was a very strong advocate of modern, technical solutions to the problems of the defeat of Germany.

Again, according to Gilbert: "In the last months of 1942 Churchill was still seeking August or September 1943 as the date of the cross-Channel landing. At a Staff Conference on 16 December 1943, however, the three British Chiefs of Staff, headed by General Sir Alan Brooke, told him that it could not be done." Brooke, the very man portrayed in the film as resenting Churchill's 'reservations' and 'fears' about the landing.

On the History Today site you can read: "Addressing a joint session of Congress, Churchill warned that the real danger at present was the "dragging-out of the war at enormous expense" because of the risk that the Allies would become "tired or bored or split"—and play into the hands of Germany and Japan. He pushed for an early and massive attack on the "underbelly of the Axis." And so, to "speed" things up, the British prime minister and President Roosevelt set a date for a cross-Channel invasion of Normandy, in northern France, for May 1, 1944, regardless of the problems presented by the invasion of Italy, which was underway. It would be carried out by 29 divisions, including a Free French division, if possible."

On the evening before the landings, Churchill happily phoned Stalin to tell him the attack was finally on.

The film's basic premise seems to have been conjured out of a remark that was recorded in Churchill's wife's diary, when, again, on the night before the attack, she writes that he "lamented that by morning 20,000 young soldiers would be dead." Of course he was concerned about the loss of life, but not in the way that the film shows as being a debilitating condition, almost suggesting senility, and such an obstruction to his generals.

None of this would matter so much if the film were a dramatic success. Unfortunately, it is a tawdry, over-sentimentalised bore, with contrived emotional, schmaltzy scenes, and quiet, tinkly fairy music in the background. The scene (also historically inaccurate) between Cox (Churchill), and Purefoy (the King) is played so gauchely that at one moment I thought, as the gentle music started to rise and Purefoy moved forward, that Purefoy would kiss Churchill.

That scene distorts a much more interesting reality, turning something that in reality was actually very clever into fictional schmultz; a case of fiction being much less interesting than reality. Churchill did insist to Eisenhower that he wanted to sail on D Day on HMS Belfast, even insisting, if necessary, that he would obtain a naval commission to do so. Churchill did not ask the King to go with him. In fact it was the King, on being told of Churchill's plans, who cleverly insisted he would go along too. This put Churchill into an interesting difficulty since he saw the King's gesture as a foolhardy and an unacceptable risk to a far too important symbolic figure, and so Churchill refused to countenance it, seeing at the same time that he would also have to abandon his own foolhardy plan.

Other scenes, especially those between Churchill and his assistant, were typical, overblown, and contrived set pieces for the sake of some 'stirring' rhetoric, with about as much subtlety and nuance as a party political broadcast.

Good actors, some good performances, some terrible casting (Purefoy) but really, who wrote this drivel?
The height of perversity
On the basis that other reviewers have very adequately covered the glaring objections to this film I will keep this brief.

In an action packed life of 80 years involving 2 world wars and one other significant war (The Boer War), a momentous political career, a life filled with both failure as well phenomenal achievements, that the filmmakers should think it necessary to MAKE UP a story about Churchill seems like the pinnacle of perversity. It just defies any logic hitherto known to mankind.

"Poetic license" is nothing new in movie making. However this movie is more like a "license to kill", kill a man's reputation, kill the concept of history, and kill the truth. The preservation of actual history in the light of revisionism is difficult enough without the general public being exposed to downright lies to further confuse and deceive them.

I give this movie a 1 as a protest, in the probably forlorn hope that if enough people do the same to all movies that mess around with history, movie makers will get the message and steer their movies in a way that treats people and history responsibly.
Brian Cox becomes the great man
While many actors have portrayed Churchill, including Albert finneys towering performance, some have missed such as lithgow who is literally twice the height of Winston, Brian cox however has literally become Churchill for the leading role in this film and it is a breathtaking portrayal. Teplitzky the director of excellent historical film The Railway Man approaches every scene with a sensitivity to the drama, high stakes, and true human insight into one of the most important days of the twentieth century, and one of most important moments of European and even world history. Beautiful cinematography by David Higgs, beautifully scored by Lorne Balfe. A real standout performance for her scenes is the young Ella Purnell, whose character I found to be instrumental to the entire arc of the movie. This is an important and enthralling film, for history buffs, Churchill fans, and lovers of period movies alike. Ten out of ten!
OK, but not great.
I'll be honest, I don't feel the acting was as good as other reviews says it was. Not that I did not love watching Brian Cox do his thang on the big screen but I was not as impressed. It felt like I was watching a play as Cox performance seem heighten like he was on the stage, especially compared to the other actors around him who did not have the same gusto.  

Of course, I could be missing something. I know who Churchill is but I don't know any personal details of which the movie seems to have a lot as it refers to relationships between him and his wife played by Miranda Richardson. For all I know Churchill was that type of guy.
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