Argumentative August #18 – A Man For All Seasons (1966) – Views From the Sofa



Ryan and I would like to once again welcome you to another review for our Argumentative August Blogathon.

This next film, A man For All Seasons (1966) is being reviewed by Ben of Views From the Sofa

Let’s see what Ben thought of this movie….


1A Man for all Seasons showcases how great British history is. The fact that the King wanting a divorce would cause the end of a friendship and the public trial of a man based on his fundamental beliefs, shows how divisive the religion of a country could be and the ideals that people were willing to die for.

A Man for all Seasons is about Thomas More’s beliefs and his conflict between religion and loyalty to his friend – Henry VIII, the King of England. It is a conflict with high stakes but this isn’t a movie that presents the story with high drama…

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