Bombs at Teatime
Cert: U Year: 1941 Length: 80 mins Language: English
Score: 73.41% Attendance: 145
Not 1914-18, but on this Remembrance Sunday we see how the British coped with the threat of conflict and the disruption to their lives during and after the Second World War.
Bombs at Teatime is a selection of delightful films that provide a fascinating glimpse into Britain during the 1940s. We see a society in which shared values transcend contrasts of geography and divisions of class: among other things, it becomes clear that whilst we may talk-the-talk about our carbon footprint in the 21st century, Britons were far more in touch with environmental issues in the 1940s.
Archive film belongs on the big screen and all ages of customers react with interest to the opportunity of seeing it there. It's a special event
Martin Jennings-Wright Little Theatre Cinema, Bath
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