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My Boy Jack






My Boy Jack

Category: 39
All Genres: Biography, Drama, History, War
Release Year: 2007
Country: UK
Runtime: 93
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Brian Kirk
Sound: Stereo, Dolby Digital
Taglines:

  • A young man fights for his country.

  • Writing by: David Haig – (play)
    David Haig – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Mary Alleguen – line producer
    Robert Bernstein – executive producer: Ecosse Films
    Robert Bernstein – executive producer: Ecosse Films
    Michael Casey – producer
    Rebecca Eaton – executive producer
    Nicole Finnan – executive producer: Ecosse Films
    James Flynn – executive producer
    David Haig – associate producer
    Morgan O'Sullivan – executive producer
    Douglas Rae – executive producer

    Cast: David Haig – Rudyard Kipling
    Daniel Radcliffe – John Kipling
    Kim Cattrall – Caroline Kipling
    Carey Mulligan – Elsie Kipling
    Julian Wadham – King George V
    Martin McCann – Bowe
    Richard Dormer – Corporal O'Leary
    Rúaidhrí Conroy – McHugh (as Ruaidhri Conroy)
    Laurence Kinlan – Doyle
    Ciaran Nolan – Daly
    Nick Dunning – Colonel Ferguson

    Music: Adrian Johnston
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: Author Rudyard Kipling and his wife search for their 17-year-old son after he goes missing during WWI.
    Plot: English gentleman author Rudyard Kipling, famous for the Jungle Book, uses his considerable influence, being on a War Office propaganda think tank, to get his nearly 18 ear-old son John 'Jack', repeatedly refused for service during World war I on account of his bad eyesight, enrolled in the Irish Guards: their patriotic dream but mother and sister's nightmare. After a short officer training course Jack gets command of a platoon and embarks in France. Soon his unit suffers terrible losses and Jack is reported missing. Now mother Caroline 'Carry' Kipling proves unstoppable pushing Rudyard's influence and half of England to help find out the truth. When it finally comes, there is far less glory than gore and guilt.

    Movie Quotes: McHugh:”>the last of Jack's soldiers are about to go over the trench and take the enemy base] I am not fucking going anywhere!
    John Kipling: You are, we all are!
    McHugh: You

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