Queen and Country2015
Queen and Country (2015)
Critic Consensus: Graceful and bittersweet, Queen and Country finds writer-director John Boorman revisiting past glories with warmth and wisdom.
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as Sgt. Major Bradley
as Major Cross
as Dawn Rohan
as RSM Digby
as Lieutenant Fortesque-Brown
as Lionel Barker
as Colonel Fielding
as Gym Sergeant
as MI5 Man
as MI5 Man
as Army Camp Doctor
as Post Office Clerk
as Dr. Smythe
as Military Hospital Receptionist
as Grace Rohan
Critic Reviews for Queen and Country
This is a deeply personal film which also stands as an intriguing record of a period not often revisited in film -- that drab period postwar and pre-Suez in which the country itself, like the flailing young hero Rohan, is struggling to define itself.
This is the sequel to 1987's Hope and Glory, a coming-of-age yarn awash with illicit passion.
It's a string of little jewels masquerading as a story. The army-life japes and escapades, climaxing in the stealing of an officers' mess clock, might seem picayune. But they form a cumulative glitter.
Queen and Country is John Boorman's autobiographical sequel to the wonderful Hope and Glory and a rather softer affair.
Audience Reviews for Queen and Country
I really enjoyed this film. Well acted, with a great cast and a touching story about friendship through troubled times. This is apparently a sequel to a film called Hope and Glory so I will have to watch that now to see how it all began.
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