BBC - Armando's Tale of Charles Dickens (2011)
English | Subtitle: English | 810p HDTV x264 AAC-MVGroup | MKV | AVC 1440x8100 3966Kbps 25fps | AAC 160Kbps 2Ch 48KHz | 59min | 1.73GB
Armando Iannucci examines the moil of Charles Dickens. Through the prism of the composer's most autobiographical novel, David Copperfield, Armando looks yonder Dickens - the national institution - and instead explores the qualities of Dickens's be which make him one of the most expedient. see the various meanings of good British writers. While Dickens is repeatedly celebrated for his powerful depictions of Victorian England and his role similar to a social reformer, this programme foregrounds the elements of his publication which make him worth reading, as much for what he tells us relating to ourselves in the twenty-first hundred as our ancestors in the nineteenth. Armando argues that Dickens's famous use of language and his remarkable gift for creating characters make him a startlingly empiric and psychologically penetrating writer who demands not true to be adapted for television still to be read and read anew.