In Which We Serve
This is the story of a British Naval ship, the HMS Torrin, from it's construction to its sinking in the Mediterranean during action in World War II. The ships first and only commanding officer is the experienced Captain E.V. Kinross who trains his men not only to be loyal to him but to the country and most importantly, to themselves. They face challenges at sea and also at home. They lose some of theirs shipmates in action and some of their loved ones in the devastation of the blitz. Throughout it all, the men of the Torrin serve valiantly and heroically.
- Stars:Noel Coward, Derek Elphinstone, Michael Wilding, Robert Sansom, Philip Friend, Chimmo Branson, Ballard Berkeley, Hubert Gregg, James Donald, Michael Whittaker, Kenneth Carten, John Varley, Bernard Miles, Caven Watson, John Mills,
- Director:Noël Coward, David Lean,
This "story of a ship," the British destroyer HMS Torrin, is told in flash backs by survivors as they cling to a life raft. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: A British film set in 1960's working class England about a newlywed couple trying to make it through the early days with constant bad luck. The film provides light entertainment with a simple plot which allows you to get to know the characters fairly well. The film also makes a subtle statement about the conditions and social expectations of the time. Good acting and mild humour carries the film through to be quite entertaining! A must see British film!
(ca) wrote: Acting isn't great, but it does a good job in exploring complex characters and the complexity of relationships between friends and family members. Tyler is a typical "bro," but when his best friend Tyler comes out to him, Tyler surprises the audience with a sensitivity that doesn't seem possible before that point of the movie. Obviously used to some degree of homophobia (to the extent that he calls Chase a "faggot" in jest when his attempts to set him up with girls fails and he is very uncomfortable male nudity), he attempts to break from that immature perspective and behavior to support his friend. Although he falters at times, Tyler makes a point to show his more mature self when talking with his mother and sister about homosexuality before either knows Chase is gay. The mother character, although at times portrayed as uptight and high strung, is a loving woman with redeeming qualities. Care is taken not to demonize her, but to show her as a woman who has struggled for years with uncertainty and possibly unrequited love. Her compassion and love for her family ultimately enables her to work through the affair to hold her family together, even if physically separated.The transition from Nathan as a family man into an adulterer and gay man was fairly well achieved. Even if the acting wasn't great, the complexity of the character is well depicted. The circumstance of his early marriage is brought up early in the movie to forshadow doubts about Nathan's relationship with his wife. Clues build slowly as the movie progresses about their relationship, and Nathan's flirtation and attraction to Chase is so subtle that until the bbq scene, it isn't clear that's where Nathan's mind is going. Despite Nathan's discovery and admittance of his homosexuality, his love for his wife and family is apparent.
(us) wrote: My 'Big Fat Greek Wedding' may or may not have inspired Jersey Shore, but Greeks and Italians alike have quite a bit in common. This family friendly rom-com has enough laughs, mainly from the parents played by Michael Constantine and Lainie Kazan. A lot of stereotypical Greek humor, some one liners that are just flat funny, and the story here is engaging. John Corbett plays himself as he does in everything he's every been in and writer and lead actress Nia Vardalos does her best. She's able to give her supporting cast depth and keeping it just over 90 minutes the film doesn't outlast its welcome. Final Score 6.9/10
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