The Weekend’s Top Three UK Films

Operation Ball Lightning/Entebbe, 2018.

Operation Ball Lightning/Entebbe, 2018.

The film, starring Rosamund Pike and Daniel Bruel, is based on true events that took place in 1976. At the time, terrorists hijacked a plane from Tel Aviv to Paris. in order to exchange the hostages for convicted criminals. It was forced to land at Entebbe Airport in Uganda (hence the original name). The IDF leadership developed and carried out an operation to rescue the hostages. The film shows the seven-day operation, which was carried out in an hour and a half. However, it resulted in the rescue of 102 hostages. Reviews of the film are quite contradictory, especially. Since the director is experimenting with the choreography genre, unexpectedly for the viewer.

Peerless Ladies/Nothing Like a Dame, 2018

Peerless Ladies/Nothing Like a Dame, 2018

actresses—MaggiePeerless because, indeed, these four British actresses—Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright, and Eileen Atkins—are peerless, gorgeous, and undeniably talented. And each has been bestowed with the title of Dame by Queen Elizabeth II. The four of them have dozens of awards, including Oscars, Tonys, and Golden Globes. The film itself is a conversation over lunch, during which the actresses remember their childhood. Their paths crossed in the theater and in the movie. As well as working with Laurence Olivier, who was Joan’s husband. They talk about their friendship, which has already crossed the mark of half a century, and their age. It’s interesting to watch as the journalist behind the scenes tries to reveal each of them. Some of the ladies are quite reluctant to go along with him. We’re sure you’ll learn even more about the Royal Theater and British cinema after watching this film.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, 2018

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, 2018

Don’t rush to twist your temple when you read the title! This is an adaptation of the book of the same name, which became. One of the most discussed and read books of 2009 in England. In the United States, and then in many other countries. The plot revolves around a young writer, Juliet, who is in a creative crisis in postwar London. But everything changes with a letter from a pig farmer in Guernsey. Driven by curiosity, Juliet is sent to that island and learns. The story of a book club that has become a front for forbidden wartime village meetings. A cozy, kind, and at the same time sad film that makes. You want to wrap up in it like a blanket in the fall.

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