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I watch documentaries like most people my age watch reality television, but this documentary was so informative, detailed, amazingly shot, and the main narrator's voice was/is the best, I originally just left a 10 star review, I was not going to leave an actual written review because I'm horrible at them but after watching this documentary 3 more times just to make sure I did not miss anything I am leaving one because not only is Lord Montagu an inspiring man but the sons that made it in into the interview were so embracing of who he was flaws and all they are truly inspiring, and not to mention the rich history of the wonderful home, again I will never do this documentary justice in written form but I strongly encourage everyone to watch it.
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