Royal Wives at War (2016) Rated PG

 The Queen Mother and Wallis Simpson reminisce the year, 1936, when King Edward VIII gave up the throne for the woman he loves. Starring Gina McKee, Emma Davies, Nick Waring

This film incorporates dramatic scenes with actors portraying the characters and giving interviews about the events with journalists talking about the events as if they were there. The film takes on the personalities behind the people who were involved in the abdication of King Edward VIII. The concept of the film going back and forth between the journalists, who really only remember these events as word of mouth and the actors who interpret the stories. There were scenes where the actors also do interviews explaining the characters thought process of the events. This film isn’t a film based completely in truth making this film had for me to recommend, so it’s not worth the watch.

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