Recently, it seems that the Brexit agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union is getting closer, but in the meantime we have been dealing with all misery for more than three years: On 23 June 2016, the British voted to leave the European Union.
In the British TV movie Brexit: the non-civil warWhich was broadcast on English television at the beginning of this year, we go back to 2015. At that time, then Prime Minister David Cameron announced that there would be a binding referendum on Britain’s membership in the European Union. From that day on, Brexit supporters and opponents will face each other in two camps: “Stay” and “Leave.”
Cunning men and women are spread on both sides to wage tough campaign. Battle plans are drawn up behind closed doors; Political analyst and strategist Dominic Cummings is leading the “Leave Camp” campaign, and has chosen a controversial data-driven strategy. The main role in this wonderful TV movie was played by the wonderful actor Benedict Cumberbatch.
TV movie Brexit: the non-civil war (2019) is rated 7.0 on IMDb and can be seen on Canvas on Friday, October 25 at 10.10 pm.
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