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Carrie's War (2004)

Carrie Willow and her younger brother, Nick, are evacuated from London to a small Welsh town during World War II. Fleeing the German bombing, they are taken in by the strict Mr Evans and his sister.

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Keeley Fawcett ...
Jack Stanley ...
Karen Meagher ...
Mrs. Watkins
Eddie Cooper ...
Albert Sandwich
David Prince ...
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Robert Page ...
Minister
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Hepzibah Green
Jamie Beddard ...
Mister Johnny
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Hermione Gulliford ...
Nick's teacher
Marlene Griffiths ...
Mrs. Jenkins
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Maj. Cass Harper
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Frederick Evans
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Carrie Willow and her younger brother, Nick, are evacuated from London to a small Welsh town during World War II. Fleeing the German bombing, they are taken in by the strict Mr Evans and his sister.

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Remake of Carrie's War (1974) See more »

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An excellent remake, thirty years on.
1 January 2004 | by (Southampton, England) – See all my reviews

I remember watching the original children's TV serial back in 1974 (on a black and white set!). Thirty years on, the BBC show this version as a complete full-length film.

What can I say? An excellent story set in wartime Britain and revolving around the lives of Carrie and her younger brother, evacuated to a small town in rural Wales. Central to the plot are the strange relationships between members of the Evans family. Mr Evans is a local council member and a strict Methodist. He and his younger sister run the village shop and take in the two evacuee children. His other widowed sister, Mrs Gotobed, also lives near the village, but they have fallen out. Carrie ends up playing 'piggy in the middle' to all the incidents and interludes between the family members. After the death of Mrs Gotobed, Carrie and her brother leave the village to be reunited with their parents.

The film has a twist at the end...which I shall not reveal here!


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