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Plot: Political strategist Dominic Cummings leads a popular but controversial campaign to convince British voters to leave the European Union from 2015 up until the present day. Runtime: 92 min Release Date: 19 Jan 2019
This wasn't about Brexit this is about the end of truth (by micktagg-387-402568)
What came out was how people can be manipulated one way or another. Due to 'Spin' by all the political parties and a media that despises all other authority figures or organization except themselves have now destroyed trust in the public arena. As they said in the film 'we used the EU as a political punch bag so much over the past 40 years no one will now listen to the truth". This goes for: MMR vaccines, Global Warming, GM crops and now the EU. As Gove said 'People are sick of listening to experts'. Just think how bad that sounds! Brexit has opened Pandora's box <more>
and I don't think they know to put all this back. remember Joe Cox, this is what our country has become.
Good cast, well acted, interesting and informative. Whether you agree with it or not, this film has a lot of home truths for all sides. The Manipulation of peoples emotions by successive governments may itself lead to the collapse of the political system itself.
Brilliant film, absolutely eye-opening tale of a maddening situation (by anelia_koleva)
Very well portrayed, with a strong actor cast, concise and to the point!Must watch for anybody in the UK, Europe and US given the current political situation across the globe!
Brexit: The Uncivil War is an important, gripping drama on the real events that occurred in both the Leave and Remain campaigns during the run-up to the 2016 EU Referendum. The film focuses primarily on the Vote Leave campaign, which makes sense as said campaign was anything but conventional.The film accurately explains the strategy behind Vote Leave's achievement of that which was previously thought unthinkable. The campaign utilised modern techniques of reaching voters which exploited the data we choose to make freely-available online. The sophistication of strategy depicted and Vote <more>
Leave's underdog status from the beginning of their campaign will definitely have some remain voters finding themselves rooting for the other team despite their positions differing .Although admittedly somewhat dramatised, Brexit: The Uncivil War truly does illustrate that recent political events have changed Western politics permanently. For the best or the worst, strategy is changing, and this film conveys that message perfectly.
This film is wonderfully produced, fantastic acting, cinematography, and was well paced. It was less preachy than I feared and although there was a negative bias against the leave campaign there was also an acknowledgement of out out of touch remain were with the majority of the British people. I enjoyed it.
As an American, this film tore my guts out. (by pjames10)
I'm also an ad guy who's spent his share of time in offices beating up strategy on white boards, so I was sucked right in and saw a bit of myself. The lead character Dominic was like most of the folks in media industries that serve some great big unseen master. We put our noses to the grindstone, put our hearts on the paper for the elusive "win", yet we overlook the damage we potentially could be causing to the world. And what damage they have done. I found out things I hadn't known before, like the role of the Mercers being behind both big data companies, thus <more>
guaranteeing their influence on the referendum. And that is where I started to pull on my guts. That they had not only done it to England but had done it to America; manipulated politics, empowering an element of society that we should be leaving in the dark cellar of the 20th century. The fear of the other on an ever shrinking world controlled by ever more powerful and terrible titans is a regression. But the story is still being told and we will know the conclusion... maybe. I highly recommend this film and leave one thought: In this ever more loud and volatile world, we must listen more than we talk.
In the run-up to the 2016 referendum, nobody in the UK - or elsewhere, for that matter - genuinely believed that Vote Leave would win similarly to the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election result . It seemed more or less incomprehensible that Remain would be defeated. This is arguably evidenced by the fact that there were no rules set out for the referendum and the meaning of its outcome e.g. that it should require more than a measly 2% majority to invoke such major Constitutional upheaval and that David Cameron resigned almost immediately thereafter.This energetic and witty film explores just <more>
how the rug was swept out from under us all, and highlights how dangerous social media can be when used as a weapon. Unsurprisingly, Benedict Cumberbatch gives yet another engrossing performance, with an impressive and entertaining ensemble as well.Whether you were politically-engaged in relation to the referendum or completely overwhelmed by all the jargon and utter lies , this is an insightful drama well worth a watch. Although, don't expect it to outline what is certain to happen next in the Brexit saga: that'll be down to the fool at the helm of the ship, and her band of dim-witted and utterly divided crew.