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Kind Hearts and Coronets: on the set of the brilliant Ealing comedy – in pictures | Film | The Guardian
Released in 1949, Kind Hearts and Coronets remains one of the all time classics of British cinema. As a 4k restoration is released for its 70th anniversary, we see actors Dennis Price, Alec Guinness and Joan Greenwood and director Robert Hamer at work❤️️❤️️👑👑❤️️❤️️
Kind Hearts & Coronets is in UK cinemas on 7 June, and on DVD and Blu-Ray on 24 June
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the Hollywood portrayal of the Wild West is a whitewashed version of the reality. It is thought that, on some Texas trails, about a quarter of cowboys were black.#WhiteWashing #cowboys #westerns #WildWest #MultiCultural #diversity #arts #film #films #movies #hollywood #CulturalAppropriation
Not only did Hollywood ignore black cowboys, it plundered their real stories as material for some of its films.
Could 1939’s Gone With the Wind be gone with the winds of change? Will 1946’s Song of the South soon sing its swan song? Both #films have already been #suppressed. It’s all part of the phenomenon whereby politically incorrect classic movies may soon join Confederate statues, Columbus Day, and a George Washington mural as victims of our cultural revolution.
As they’re slowly purged, politically correct films — replete with vulgarity, sexuality, and gratuitous violence approved by the Thought Police — take their place. As The Hill’s Christian Toto writes, “‘The Hustle,’ a gender-swap remake of 1988’s ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,’ rails against the patriarchy between sight gags. ‘Avengers: Endgame’ shoehorns a minor gay character into the story as a super-[value]-signal. ‘Long Shot’ shows Seth Rogen apologizing for the United States bombing Japan to help end World War II.”
Censorship: The Thought Police Are Coming for Your Classic Movies
Every liberal, Progressive agenda — homosexual marriage, abortion, anti-bullying edicts, the marginalization of Judeo-Christian beliefs, etc. — has a societal price: We count the costs and ask whether the changes are worth the price.
It was a complete waste of time. Yes, the actors are brilliant, and the similarity to their heroes striking. Yes, the final scene is beautiful, but you have to wait almost 90 minutes for it. And that long time it simply isn’t worth. The trailer tells you everything you need to know about the film, and it takes about 90 seconds.
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On Archive.org the download links are in a section on the right of the page.
On PeerTube the download links are in the "..." button next to the "share" button.
The attached images show you where to click 👀
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