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The story sets in the 1910s that centres on a farm girl named Chris.
If you have ever loved, you must see this.
And OK, I admit that my hearing is deteriorating a bit.
But I loved it.
The men who played Euan, Chae, and Rob did very well.
War is Hell?
Anger, violence and hatred make them the lovelier for that.
Pretentious Claptrap, Occasionally Pretty to Look At.
No doubt why Scots are asking for their own nation.
Read the book or get the TV adaptation.
Not to rob the film of its brightest shining attribute though.
It will divide audiences because the pace is slow.
Peter Mullen is okay as Chris' father, not great but he gets the job done.
OK exaggeration but not much of one.
Furthermore, it wasn't noticeably Scottish (should it have been?
I don't know where to begin.
In this final third, the film finally finds its feet but too little, too late.
So much for separation of church and state.
I hope they make films out of the remaining two books as well.
But botching basic details breaks the spell.
But it adds nothing to the scene.
What does this mean?
), apart from the wedding scene.
And what does it all mean?