Charlie's Letters

2019

Drama / War

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IMDb Rating 5.2 10 16

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Reviewed by bencolyer 10 / 10 / 10

Fantastically moving film!

Elliot, what can I say? An excellent film that truly portrays the talent you possess. Your ability to create such a fantastic tribute to your grandparents Charlie and Tup would only have made them proud. I particularly enjoyed the ending and the way you managed to bring to past into the present and the reality that the war and everything we saw in that movie wasn't that long ago. Fantastic work Elliot, keep up the good work and I'll look forward to a starring role in your next movie?!

Reviewed by grantybaz 8 / 10 / 10

Incredible!!!

An absolutely amazing film production with a compelling WW2 story that is deserving of a far wider audience. I was kept on the edge of my seat for the full feature and at the end left wanting more from this newly turned 17 year old film maker who clearly has a unique talent and a great future ahead of him.Some of the outstanding camera work and effects was made even more impressive to me since Elliott only used a fairly standard camera and iPhone to produce this film.I look forward to your next film but only after you've passed your A Levels!Good luck!

Reviewed by themightygib-05065 8 / 10 / 10

The Futility Of War

Made on a comparative shoestring over 3 years, this creative telling of a young father's WWII experience as he strives to return home to his family showcases the creative talent of its teenage writer, director...and actor, Elliott Hasler. Pieced together from conversations with his great-grandfather, the story unfolds over several months as young Charlie is first captured by the Italians in Africa before finding a freedom of sorts, although there remains the small matter of surviving for months in occupied Italy. Interspersed with scenes from home in Brighton as his young wife (Tup) struggles to bring up their young son, Charlie encounters both friend and foe as he travels North and, ultimately, home. With some musings on the futility of war, this is an astonishing debut feature that sets a solid foundation for a rising talent in the UK film industry.

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