This film gives and intimate view of British life on the home front during the dark days of World War II.
The steadfastness of the British people are a source of reassurance to sailor on leave during the World War II. As he travels around the country he sees life continuing in factories, on farms and in the dance halls, pubs and cinemas.. With the words of Dylan Thomas and the music of William Alwyn.
The Dim Little Island by Humphrey Jennings, his penultimate film, dispels the myth of the British being a dull insular race as it explores the achievements of Britain and its people. Featuring Osbert Lancaster, cartoonist, Ralph Vaughan Williams, composer, James Fisher, naturalist and John Ormston, industrialist
- Running Time 55 mins approx
- Black and White
- PAL DVD