Saturday, November 11, 2017

Film: Death of Stalin

Probably the funniest film of the year sees Alan Partridge writer Armando Iannucci adapt a graphic novel to the big screen. It tells of a Russia full of paranoia coming to terms with the death of their leader so suitably dark but funny throughout. I also like none of the characters have a Russian Accent, Stalin sounds like an East End Cockney and the military leader has a proper northern accent. 

One of my favourite films this year

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