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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 June 2021
So last Saturday I was browsing around Amazon blurays and saw that they were doing the 4K streaming version for £5.49, I ummed and aahed about it for 30 seconds then bought it; the picture quality is superb for long sections of the the film considering how old it was when they remastered it. Me being 57 now I'd only seen it in full a couple of times, the last being 30 years ago having been nagged by my flatmate but I thought it was brilliant then and still is now.

I'm not going to write a synopsis of the film, it's nearly 60 years old so there must be hundreds if not thousands of reviews about it; I will say for those who are letting younger people watch it, remember it reflects the attitudes of people of those times, as any good period drama does.
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