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Starter : Look at the posters for the film and infer three interesting things. Les Miserables Britain :. Post-war Britain was not a happy place Read the article (abridged from the Daily Mail) and list all the things that were rubbish about living in 1947 Britain

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les miserables britain
Les Miserables Britain:
  • Post-war Britain was not a happy place
  • Read the article (abridged from the Daily Mail) and list all the things that were rubbish about living in 1947 Britain
  • Now, imagine you are Balcon and his crew – how would you use your position as a film-maker?
  • In small groups, come up with a storyline that would fit the mood of the time, then pitch it to the rest of us (who are dead miserable thanks to rationing etc)
passport to pimlico
Passport to Pimlico:
  • As you watch the opening, note down any references to what we’ve discussed in this lesson
it has been said that
It has been said that:

the highpoint of Ealing’s political engagement had occurred during the [1940s], when the studio had been swept along by the ideological zeitgeist which had advanced the cause of social-democracy and had culminated in Labour’s victory in 1945

If this is the case then what does it tell us about Ealing’s values and priorities?