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Make Me a Tory (2007)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary | Short | News  -  13 May 2007 (UK)
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Anna Appleton ...
Herself
Robert Askey ...
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David Cameron ...
Himself - Conservative Party Leader
Mark Clarke ...
Himself
Daniel Cormack ...
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Clare Hilley ...
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Russell Jackson ...
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Mark Wallace ...
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Ian Wellby ...
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Mark Clarke: If you look at this paint that's here, the decoration that's going on, this isn't the council who are doing it! These are the people who live here who are doing it! These people having pride in where they live, want it to look good, is what they're doing. It's good.
Daniel Cormack: How do you know it's not the council?
Mark Clarke: I could be wrong. I don't know but it doesn't look like it. Shall we ask this chap? Hello. You're painting it all are you, you're painting everything. Do you work for the council?
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Accessible, entertaining and revealing
11 June 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

As someone with a healthy interest in social and political issues, but who is not an avid follower of party politics, I found this film genuinely accessible and entertaining.

The characters featured were at times likable, at other times eye-coveringly true to stereotype, but all of them were extremely watchable and the film kept up a light and pacey tone which reflected its subjects. Daniel's frank and ironic approach to the people he met and to the direction of the film overall was refreshing for me; being used to presenters forcing themselves too much on to their film or trying to drag the viewer down a preconceived track, I found his (for the most part) neutrality, and fairness, appropriate and intriguing.

A definite "yes/no" answer to the Tory-voting question might have rounded the film off satisfyingly, but would not have truly reflected the somewhat evasive approach of the new Tories to hard facts and policies. Overall I felt that the film was a sharp and often amusing look at a topic which too often descends into dryness or hectoring narration.


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