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    • George Orwell – A Life In Pictures

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      This fascinating documentary from the BBC tells the tale of George Orwell. A man who despite living in a time where motion picture cameras and audio equipment were readily available, was never caught on film. Nor is there a single recording of Orwell’s voice.

      Chris Langham plays Orwell is in this film where they attempt to bring this author to life. He does such an amazing job of playing Orwell, that it is almost difficult to distinguish who is who at times. A perfect fit to play the character of Orwell, as he also looks strikingly similar.

      George Orwell: A Life in Pictures will show viewers how he evolved over his career and lifetime. It features his life story beginning with his education and eventually coming to a close with his death. Orwell passed away in 1950, shortly after completing his masterpiece, 1984.

      Viewers will be quick to notice as the film begins that the pictures are invented. But what isn’t a fabrication is the words that are spoken. Everything that Orwell’s character says in the film originated from his writings. It will showcase there was so much more to Orwell than his one novel, 1984.

      This film is a must-see. Orwell deserves to be celebrated and the BBC has done so wonderfully in this documentary, George Orwell: A Life in Pictures.

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      Published on May 17, 2009 · Filed under: Biography
    • Thundercat

      This documentary may not be officially posted here but i strongly suggest taking the time to watch. Strong observations on politics and the hardships born from them. I have only read 'animal farm' but certainly plan to add '1948' to my list.

    • herb

      Great doc – very well done starting with the first few seconds. An amazing life and a great intellect who saw through to the essence of things including the evils of both Stalin’s Russia and the British empire. His ‘Homage to Catalonia’ is one of the best pieces of journalistic observation ever, chronicling the beginning of the end of western civilization.

    • bernard

      Great doc indeed and superb acting,feels and looks terrific