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

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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….

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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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