Brittany Runs a Marathon
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I've never been a fan of Dylan Thomas' work but I love Laugharne and New Quay, two places where he lived, and I've always found the story of William Killick and the machine gun intriguing. This is a good account of the incident and, to my surprise, the film does nothing to hide the fact that Thomas was not a nice fellow.
I have seen this several times over the years and it gets better and better. Maybe there is a bit too much use of the F-word but this film is hilarious and the benchmark for cop comedies.
There is one word to describe this film - breathtaking.
Another epic that, although a great film, is not true to history - Private Hook was certainly not the drunken waster depicted here. Excellent cinematography and the suspense is built up superbly.
An excellent version of a superb book. Robert Powell hanging on to one of the hands of Big Ben is an iconic sequence from my childhood.