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  1. British cinema
    1. The evolution of cinema in british society
    2. Today british success
  2. Analysis of a film
    1. About british society
    2. About the movie

Great Britain is usually perceived as a country that has a very developed culture, with respect to several points of view, not only musical, but also literally and, of course cinematographic. It thus seems interesting to show what the relation between cinema and British society is. To deal with this issue, I will show what the British frame of mind concerning cinema was, and then introduce the movie "Passport to Pimlico? (1949) by Henry Cornelius [Ealing Comedy],

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