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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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Although “Churchill” succeeds in developing a new angle on the prime minister, it remains too devoted to its repetitive central conflict to exhibit complete depth.
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Although “Churchill” succeeds in developing a new angle on the prime minister, it remains too devoted to its repetitive central conflict to exhibit complete depth.
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With “Churchill,” von Tunzelmann and Teplitzky don’t merely settle for telling another historical drama — they present viewers with a complete, flawed human being, one whose controversial but massive influence carries on to this day.
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With “Churchill,” von Tunzelmann and Teplitzky don’t merely settle for telling another historical drama — they present viewers with a complete, flawed human being, one whose controversial but massive influence carries on to this day.
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