First screened in November 2019
Director: Mike Leigh. Cast: David Moorst, Neil Bell, Rory Kinnear, Philip Jackson, Maxine Peake, John-Paul Hurley, Johnny Byrom, Robert Wilfort, Karl Johnson, Alastair Mackenzie, Pearce Quigley, Rachel Finnegan, Tom Meredith, Simona Bitmate, Stephen Wight, Dorothy Duffy, Victoria Moseley, Ryan Pope, Sam Troughton, Roger Sloman, Kenneth Hadley, Tom Edward-Kane, Lizzy McInnerny, Lisa Millett, Tom Gill, Lizzie Frain, Harry Hepple, Ian Mercer, Adam Long, Nico Mirallegro, Danny Kirrane, Victor McGuire, Marion Bailey, Vincent Franklin, Jeff Rawle, Eileen Davies, Philip Whitchurch, Martin Savage, Al Weaver, David Bamber, David Fielder, Fine Time Fontayne, Robert Gillespie, Jonathan Jaynes, Nicholas Lumley, Shaun Prendergast, Alan Williams, Leo Bill, Brian Fletcher, Gary Cargill, Patrick Kennedy, Guy Williams, Ben Crompton, Bryony Miller, Sam Graham, Tilly Vosburgh. Screenplay: Mike Leigh. Twitter Capsule:
Style, shape, rhetoric interestingly blunter than is Leigh's norm. Rich, detailed restagings of milieus and conflicts.
Welcome chance to see a history esoteric to many of us, staged with visual, historical, and ideological detail, and with very modern anger.