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Based on the real-life exploits of Cahill, Boorman's beautifully crafted film is graced with an all-round excellent ensemble cast, and while the director's choice of filming it all in glorious black and white doesn't always make sense, The General is a welcome return to basics for Britain's most adventurous and visionary director, who has always stayed faithful to his love of cinema.
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