9 July 2013 2:38 PM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

If Danny Boyle has taught us anything about what it is to be British, it is to be proud of all that we have accomplished for what is usually deemed a ‘tiny Island’. England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland has many a merit of their own accord, yet as a collective, we are simply the greatest nation on Earth…Or at least, that’s what any British person would tell you.

There are reasons to be proud and patriotic, yet the British film industry only really likes to focus on the mundane, grim and all together gloomy side to our nation. If you look deeper than the surface we struggle to hold in front of the worlds face, there is so much in our history and our present to be both ashamed and saddened by.

Read on for a rather gloomy look at the working class, the once great British »

- Shaun Lappin

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