The Winston Affair (1964)

Approved   |    |  Drama, War


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In WW2,a US lieutenant stationed in India shoots dead a British NCO and admits his crime but his reason for the murder is so bizarre that it puzzles his defense counsel.


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12 October 2019 | richardchatten
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| Is There Justice Apart from Might...?
An intelligently written (by Keith Waterhouse & Willis Hall fresh from 'The Long and the Short and the Tall') and well-acted court martial drama depicting the murder trial of a racist reactionary played by Keenan Wynn who Bob Mitchum has the same thankless job of defending as Jimmy Stewart did of defending the even more rebarbative Ben Gazzara in 'Anatomy of a Murder'.

With the activities of jihadis in Europe currently constantly making headlines and the murder only three years ago of Labour MP Jo Cox by a far right extremist, the line "I've never met a murderer yet that somebody didn't say he was crazy..." continues to resonate.

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