OK, if we're going to start talking about film, I'd better get this going in the right direction!!!
Actually, I watched Warhorse recently, expecting it to be quite violent and really realistic. I was surprised at the lack of violence. (Maybe some people would call it violent, but you hardly saw anyone get shot.) I wondered why this was so. I don't particularly like violence, but I expected a movie about the First World War to be more intense. (OK, lots of people got sword-slashed.) But lo and behold, I find an article that describes some differences between Britishers and Americans, and the gentleman noted that although Britishers use more of the Words, which Americans censor, Americans don't mind the shooting and the Brits do.
Are you like that, Colin? Would you agree with this blogger?
I found it interesting and I wondered why this would be.
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