The Cast List:
The film is a British biographical drama movie regarding the lives of the Winnie-the-Pooh inventor and his family, particularly Christopher Robin, his son. The movie director was Simon Curtis with the writers Simon Vaughan and Frank Cottrell-Boyce.
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The Story Line:
The movie started in 1941 during WWII, with A. A. Milne nicknamed as "Blue" by his family and friends and his spouse Daphne is taking a worrying telegram in their home. It changes a period of time to decades earlier with the Blue battling in a Battle of Somme, then beginning his life again in England while experiencing shell shock with the seasonal flashbacks to the fight encounters, and having the baby with Daphne who was anticipating hoping for a baby girl, but a son. They named him Christopher Robin Milne also known as "Billy". They take a nanny Olive who was given the primary responsibility of raising the baby.
Blue was having hard going back to his writings, he wanted to draft the compelling treatise next to the war, and relocated the clan of the house in a country with the wooded house. Daphne resented the decision to move, and at a point returning to London for some extended time. When Olive was left to take care of her dying mother, Billy and Blue were left to fend for each other for a time. Unwillingly at first, Billy was taken by Blue to have a walk in the forest and started to make tales regarding the adventures of a boy with a stuffed animal and the parents have acquired for him down the way.
The Writers View:
The movie is a solid film that had a good performance and it was nicely directed. The story concerned with the real tale of the life of the adolescent Christopher Robin with the altering connections he has with his parents in the year 1920. It blended with the psychological trauma his father is experiencing ever since his experience in WW1, and Christopher Robin's personal traumatic childhood, mutually for witnessing his parent's fractious connection and the deep sorrow of having the life become upside down when the book about his father, Winnie the Pooh, turned to be a huge and unexpected global hit and by accident makes Christopher Robin a celebrity. The movie is about the relationships of family with each other and it was extremely well written. Will Tilston puts in his sweet and exceptionally competent performance that will make the audience genuinely feels his character.
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