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Enid [Region 4]

By UMBRE

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Format: DVD (M)
Release Date: 04 November 2015

As one of the most prolific children's writers of all time, Enid Blyton published more than 750 titles in her forty-five year writing career.

The author responsible for such classic literary creations as Adventures of The Wishing Chair, The Famous Five, The Enchanted Wood, The Naughtiest Girl and Noddy is detailed in the dramatised biography Enid.

Portrayed by Helena Bonham Carter, Enid delves deep into the psyche of the dedicated writer, elucidating Blyton's childhood and the dysfunctional relationships she shared with the people around her. From her early life as a trainee teacher, sending her stories to publishers, such as Hugh Pollock (Matthew Macfadyen), her journey of validation and alienation is a captivating tale of achievement.

Also featuring Denis Lawson and Claire Rushbrook, Enid is a fascinating insight into the mind and temperament of the highly imaginative and ever-popular author.

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Run Time: 83 minutes
Region: 4
Director: James Hawes
Cast: Claire Rushbrook, Denis Lawson, Helena Bonham Carter, Matthew MacFadyen
Producer: Lee Morris
Subtitles: None
Publisher: UMBRE
Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 2 centimetres (0.05 kg)
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3 of 5 Stars! '

It was an interesting idea but hard to tell what was the truth and what was fiction.

 

4 of 5 Stars! '

This is a very good movie, one that I shall not forget, but distressing to know that Enid Blyton was such a hopelessly dysfunctional person. Poor children!

 

4 of 5 Stars! '

I found the DVD to be most interesting and informative, especially from the viewpoint of Enid being a writer for children, and the subsequent portrayal of her own relationship with her very own children which was to say the least,rather unusual, if we can believe it was as presented. Not being a psychologist, although having some training in this area, would be very interested in a psychological assessment of Enid as she is portrayed.

I look forward to reading such an assessment, if it should so happen.

 
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