PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, History
Adrian Smith, emeritus professor of modern history at the University of Southampton, described the film as "deeply flawed" in terms of its historical accuracy. The BBC's film critic Mark Kermode also gave it a negative review for The Film Review (2007), while acknowledging that it ... ...
King George VI:
Go to the people. Let them instruct you. Quite silently, they usually do. But tell them... the truth unvarnished.
In the House of Commons when Churchill first appears as Prime Minister, we learn that Chamberlain is to wave with his handkerchief if he wants to signal support for Churchill's policies. Just before Churchill stands to make his speech, Chamberlain can be seen placing his handkerchief on his knee. As Churchill speaks and the camera pans around, Chamberlain's handkerchief is back in his breast pocket. When the speech has concluded, Chamberlain's handkerchief has reappeared on his knee.
At the end of the credits, a series of bells are tolling.
English, French, German
$175,006 (USA) (26 November 2017)
$56,443,120 (USA) (1 April 2018)
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