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A good bringing together of archive footage and contemporary interviews to tell Patty Hearst's story, the only thing missing is her own input.
Even though Niven was taken out of the war to make this film to help raise the spirit of the nation, the propaganda is not too much in-your-face and it does not negate the biopic story, one that is both well written and interesting.
The mood is pretty good, but otherwise it's a complete mess of a film.
A surreal concept, although not overly surreal in its design, although it has its moments. It's a life-affirming film with a nice enough style to it.
Lengthy but masterful rendition of Shakespeare's history play of one of the most infamous of English kings. Laurence Olivier is superb in the title role.