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Masterpieces are rare, but every so often a film such as this comes
along and delivers.
The story is of the son of the famous writer Rudyard Kipling during the first world war. Jingosim is the main subject of this story and Rudyard Kipling transformational arc on his views of sending his son to war.
Despite this being made for TV its at a standard that puts many blockbusters to shame, The screenplay is impeccable and the performances astounding. David Haig as Rudyard Kipling is perfect. Daniel Radcliffe despite being the famous face of Harry Potter makes the role his own as Jack. And Kim Cattrall proves shes more than being the slutty one from Sex And The City.
Thought provoking and emotional without being Cliché i feel i cannot give this film anything but a perfect score, a truly beautiful film.
I hope this film receives the attention it deserves.