KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS (Robert Hamer, 1949)

“He seemed a very pleasant fellow, and I regretted that our acquaintanceship had to be so short.” — Louis Mazzini Brilliantly written by its director, Robert Hamer, and John Dighton, Kind Hearts and Coronets is a piercingly funny consideration of upper-class British arrogance. The aristocratic D’Ascoynes family has disinherited one of their own because of […]