The Railway Children Return Review

Last week I was lucky enough to attend a screening of the upcoming film The Railway Children Return, directed by Morgan Matthews. The Railway Children Return is a sequel to the beloved 1970 film The Railway Children (Directed by Lionel Jeffries). I am never quite sure what to expect of sequels that release 10 even 15 years after the original, but this sequel comes after 52 years. Considering the differences in cinema and society this is a bold move, a bold move that has resulted in a heart-warming, nostalgic film that will captivate and lift the spirits of a twenty-first century audience. The Railway Children Return is a beautiful piece of British cinema, that stays faithful to its 1970 predecessor.  Whilst the narrative takes place during World War Two, the main focus is not upon the war but rather the impact on children whom were evacuated from industrial cities to the quiet countryside. Although the experience of siblings Lily (Beau Gadsdon), Pattie (Eden Hamilton) and Ted (Zac Cudb

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