PETERLOO (Theatrical Release USA 2018)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.8|5.0 Starsìììì 

Peterloo uses a cinematographic technique involving color along with terrific period costuming that creates a strong feeling of realism and ‘being there’. WOW! It quickly becomes one of those movies that engrosses to the point that it is difficult to look at it with the critical, objective eye. The movie can easily be a re-watch just to catch the nuances so artistically worked into every scene. The composition and the musical score make the film nearly as good as a 5.0/5.0 movie. Director Mike Leigh does an outstanding job of pulling this story together to create a movie worth adding to the home entertainment library. High quality entertainment with authentic presentation work for the investment of time and money. 


Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia 


Storyline 

After Napoleon’s Waterloo came Britain’s Peterloo. 

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Director Mike Leigh’s directing effort. Thank you to Producer Georgina Lowe for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Henry Hunt (Rory Kinnear), Nellie (Maxine Peake), Joshua (Pearce Quigley), Joseph (David Moorst), Mrs.Hay (Eileen Davies), Magistrate Colonel Fletcher (Philip Whitchurch), Magistrate Norris (Martin Savage), Magistate Hulton (Al Weaver), Mary (Rachel Finnegan), Robert (Tom Meredith), Esther (Simona Bitmate), Lord Liverpoole (Robert Wilfort), Lord Sidmouth (Karl Johnson), Mr. Hobhouse (Sam Troughton), Mr. Grout (Roger Sloman), Mr.Golightly (Kenneth Hadley), Samuel Bamford (Neil Bell), Jemima Bamford (Lisa Millett), and Mary Fildes (Dorothy Duffy). 


Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe?

 Yes. Definitely. Worth a watch and earns a re-watch. Thank you for a treat more than well received.

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