One day you’ll learn how weird it is for me to be writing about a drama that has anything to do with WWII. It just so happens that Anna is the local history buff and usually watches shows like this but I was given the chance to review this one.
The story is about the struggles to televise the trail of Adolph Eichmann, one of the men behind the Holocaust.
Starring Martin Freeman as Milton Fruchtman and Anthony LaPaglia as Leo Hurwitz the director and producer who have to struggle to get one of the most important trials in history on the telly.
[WARNING : I thought I’d add this because the end of the review turned more into a ramblings about the lessons we could learn from history and my own feelings on current events and how we aren’t learning enough from history not to repeat it. I apologise about five times at the bottom for going off topic before going even more off topic. I’ll apologise again here at the top if anything offends people, the drama just hit me really hard and it made me really think about events recently. I even thought not to publish it because I was worried people might take my ramblings the wrong way but decided to keep them in because it was how I really felt. So I apologise for the millionth time. I’m sorry.]
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