Brexit: The Uncivil War
History • 2019 • 1 hr 33 min
A movie I hadn't thought would be made for another ten years. Brilliant acted, really well written.Benedict Cumberbatch was a great choice.
i learnt much more about brexit than i did on the news. very humorous. benedict is as amazing as he always is
A simple way of telling the start of a complicated story, it left out a lot of information, probably due to law, but still good
The way it describes brexit represents far beyond than that, and it's just pure perfection
Extremely eye opening drama with brilliant writing and acting.
Completely underrated! Such an interesting and awesome movie, it explains Brexit perfectly.
Pure storytelling or heavily based on fact? BC does a brilliant job of sociopathic Cummings and gives you a possible insight...
An interesting look at the Leave side of the Brexit campaign and how they won. Benedict Cumberbatch is very good in this.
Pretty accurate! Perfect sense of humour! Amazing movie!
Surely learnt more about Brexit than I did in the news. Benedict is good as usual.
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