The Royal British Legion's plea to Pause on Remembrance Day
In a compelling spoken-word monologue, a cafe-goer asks us to consider a moment of reflection.
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The wearing of a poppy and pausing for two-minutes of silence on Remembrance Day has become something of a contentious issue in recent years, with some considering the practice too politicised.
Central to the piece is a terrific slice of performance poetry, authentically and abily performed by the engaging young protagonist. Capturing the rendition is Tinderflint's Harriet Macdonald, whose deft touch and engrossing choices make this a film, and cause, worth thinking over.