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Witchfinder General

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England is torn in civil strife as the Royalists battle the Parliamentary Party for control. This conflict distracts people from rational thought and allows unscrupulous men to gain local power by exploiting village superstitions. One of these men is Matthew Hopkins, who tours the land offering his services as a persecutor of witches.

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Witchfinder General is a wonderful movie in which there is the very magic of cinema, which makes the viewer believe that he, opposing all opponents, overcomes any obstacles and cope with all life`s adversities.

The movie was released in 1968, its main advantage is a really solidly cobbled together plot, in which the main characters are correctly revealed.

I don`t understand whether Drama, History, Horror has outlived its usefulness, or whether the writers have forgotten how to write interesting ornate stories, this movie reminded me of a bunch of others, the director did not introduce anything fundamentally new.

Throughout the 86 min minutes, I had the feeling that not today, but tomorrow, I will definitely meet them in the nearest supermarket or park.

Michael Reeves created the very movie, after watching which you want to erase your memory in order to watch it again, and again, like for the first time, feel the whole range of vivid emotions.

The movie keeps tight grip on until the final credits, despite the fact that Alf Joint, Anne Tirard, Beaufoy Milton, Bernard Kay, Bill Maxwell, David Lyell, David Reynolds-Lacey, David Webb, Dennis Thorne, Derek Ware, Donna Reading, Edward Palmer, Gillian Aldam, Godfrey James, Hilary Dwyer, Hira Talfrey, Ian Ogilvy, Jack Lynn, John Kidd, John Trenaman, Lee Peters, Maggie Kimberly, Margaret Nolan, Martin Terry, Michael Beint, Michael Segal, Nicky Henson, Patrick Wymark, Paul Ferris, Peter Haigh, Peter Thomas, Philip Waddilove, Robert Russell, Rupert Davies, Sally Douglas, Sandy Seagar, Susi Field, Tasma Bereton, Toby Lenon, Tony Selby, Vincent Price, Wilfrid Brambell performed their roles rather weakly, probably Stanislavsky himself would have told them: `I don’t believe`.