With the recent release of Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool and the controversy that still swirls around Hollywood, Film's Luis Freijo takes a look back at the 1950 Classic In a Lonely Place starring a young Gloria GrahameWritten by Luis Freijo on 13th December 2017
Review: Goodbye Christopher Robin
Film Editor Emillie Gallagher is disappointed by this deconstruction of Winnie the Pooh's origins
“the film went from the uplifting tale of a young boy to a story that was gloomier that a tail-less Eeyore
“As the story took these darker turns I was left feeling rather disappointed, and maybe even mildly crushed
“Cleverly switching between the two realities, the film portrays Milne’s ongoing turmoil
VERDICT: If I had to say what I took away from this cinema experience, its this: if you like your kids, don’t write a book about them, and if you like Winnie-the-Pooh, don’t watch this movie.