Ordinary people are capable of the extraordinary. British author Lissa Evans believed that with her heart and soul, and set out to prove it by creating her own piece of greatness. The road to achievement is often paved with books; and Evans, an avid reader, navigated her own course.
Evan’s book, The Finest Hour and a Half , from which this month’s movie is adapted, puts the reader in London as the winds of war are howling from Germany. All cinemas are closed in 1939 as Londoners brace themselves for an onslaught of attacks from across the Channel. Continue reading Their Finest: Lissa Evans Celebrates Ealing Studios’ Propaganda Filmmaker