Tuesday, 11 September 2018, 2:00 pm & 7:30 pm
2018, UK, 84 minutes, (12A)
Director – Roger Michel
Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith take a trip down memory lane and share stories from their 50 year friendship. Cut together with diligently researched archive material from four remarkable careers the result is a hugely enjoyable and celebratory documentary.
IMDb – Nothing Like A Dame
Rotten Tomatoes – Nothing Like A Dame
Scoring as follows
Very good 10
With overall rating of 82%
Dames being down to earth was very entertaining. Good unscripted fun
Best film of the season
Witty comments from four icons of film and television
Seen once on TV but delighted to see it again
Entertaining – love all 4 dames – Judy and Maggie being my favourites. I did laugh with them. Good to see old films with them in. Liked The Stones as background music – rather apt
Nostalgic and insightful look at four lives – rather brave of them to all to have revealed so much about themselves
The audience gave the film ‘
We Are Many‘ a score of 91.43%
The comments were as follows:
Inspired but worried for the future.
The futility of war is amply shown. Two weak leaders Bush and Blair is truly shown.
Such a vital time to watch this film.. powerful, informative and heartbreaking. This was a really good documentary. Thank you.
Brilliant thought provoking and extremely relevant at the moment.
Fantastic well done for showing it.
I’m very proud to have marched in 2003 – seems like it did do some good!
Very emotive and informative. Sadly poignantly times – however isn’t it always… hoping for a better future. Thanks film club.
Extremely persuasive and very powerful, thought provoking film.
No matter who you vote for the government always wins.
Very timely given current circumstances and a good reminder of what people power can achieve.
Challenges what we should have done as well as go on the demo.
It made me so mad! Is that good or bad. It should be compulsory viewing on TV.
Profound connection! Mass / global protest and political change. An enjoyable watch – bar the scenes of carnage – as well as important idea.
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