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Comedy drama


Holloway Road Odeon

Mon Nov 25 2013

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© François Duhamel

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Ieva Vizgirdaite

When I first read about this film I was not sure what to expect, it was a Disney film yet also a Documentary of sorts, a movie within a movie. I was blown away however; to say the least , at the amount of emotion I went through watching this film. It follows a writer named P.L Travers who created the beloved Mary Poppins. Known in the film industry as a bit of a handful Mrs. Travers was contacted by Walt Disney for the rights to her character in order to make a movie. The interaction between the two was heartfelt and the movie depicts Mrs. Travers in a whole new light. Children and Adults would be missing out if they did not go see this film, utterly brilliant.

Beth Coker

Taciturn Travers wages war against the whimsy of Walt Disney in a film that is both brilliantly witty and emotionally captivating. The story of Mary Poppins becomes even more dear to the viewer as Mrs.Travers fights for her characters, subsequently reliving her childhood in the process. At the heart of the story, we find that the magic of Disney isn't made of fluff - it's a legitimate perspective on life which allows us to see the sun rather than the rain. Not only does this movie enchant and just may leave you singing "Let's Go fly A Kite" as you exit the theater. Thanks Time Out!!


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