My Boy Jack

My Boy Jack

  • Director: Brian Kirk
  • Countries of origin: United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Release date: April 20, 2008
  • Sound mix: Stereo, Dolby Digital
  • Aspect ratio: 1.78 : 1
  • Also known as: Moj sin Džek
  • "My Boy Jack" (My Boy Jack) is a 95-minute biographical TV film produced by ITV1 in the United Kingdom. Directed by Brian Kirk and starring David Haig , Daniel Jacob Radcliffe , Kim Cattrall and others, the film was released in the UK on November 11, 2007.
    Based on the true story of Joseph Rudyard Kipling , the film tells the story of the poet Kipling's son, Jack, who was killed in World War I, Kipling's transformation from a war romantic poet to a bereaved father.   .

    Details

    • Release date April 20, 2008
    • Filming locations Kilruddery House, Bray, County Wicklow, Ireland
    • Production companies Ecosse Films, Granada International, Ingenious Broadcasting

    Movie reviews

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    • By Lesly 2022-01-28 08:22:59

      World War I glory

      (2009.11.12) Everyone has their dreams. There are very few who can open their minds and move forward boldly. It may be the closure of reality, or it may be the difference of ideology between people. In the age of raging wars, it is a choice whether to live in a comfortable nest at the rear, or to rush through the hail of bullets and heavy enemy defenses like a man. And whether it is the roaring front line or the quiet rear, the monument will soothe all anxiety and danger. It is glorious. Those...

    • By Raphael 2022-01-28 08:22:59

      Live in the shadow of my father or die in battle

      Stumbled across another HP-Daniel movie over the weekend, a movie with a World War I background, Dan played an 18-year-old army officer, it's strange, I thought so too. But after watching it, I think it's okay.

          Adapting a true story about the first British Nobel Prize winner The story of Rudyard Kipling, the great writer of the literary award, who pushed his severely short-sighted son to the battlefield. In fact, the above statement is full of personal emotions,...

    • By Emilia 2022-01-28 08:22:59

      The Boy Who Will Die-----Remember Daniel

      "But he never really got on the field. To him, war seemed like a beautiful parade on the playground, or a parade of heroes."

         This is a line in the movie "My Son Jack," starring Daniel. Pardon me being mean, but it's not too much to use in Daniel's acting career since Harry.

         Playing Harry was the British boy's greatest fortune, and it made him doomed to be associated with the name Harry Potter forever. No matter how old Harry was, he was no older than seventeen in the...

    • By Jess 2022-01-28 08:22:59

      In Flanders Fields


      In Flanders fields the poppies blow
      Between the crosses, row on row,
      That mark our place; and in the sky
      The larks, still bravely singing, fly
      Scarce heard amid the guns below.
      We are the Dead. Short days ago
      We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
      Loved and were loved, and now we lie
      In Flanders fields.
      Take up our quarrel with the foe:
      To you from failing hands we throw
      The torch; be yours to hold it high.
      If ye break faith with...

    • By Reanna 2022-01-28 08:22:59

      father's murder

      In 1915, 18-year-old Lieutenant Jack fell on the front line in heavy rain. Despite his hard training, despite his hard work, despite his cool face to those horrific fears, he was still a child under 20 at that moment. He fell on the muddy front line, under machine gun fire, trying to find the dropped glasses. What did he think of at the last moment of his young life? Is it this damn war, or is it his own father?

      Rudyard Kipling is Jack's father. If you have an understanding of the...

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    • By Alyson 2022-10-11 11:24:06

      Radical patriots are everywhere, not just in one or two...

    • By Birdie 2022-09-11 07:52:59

      This kind of drama makes me really...

    • By Shanie 2022-09-09 05:28:31

      A movie full of guilt and despair, the cruelty of war, and no one of the citizens of the declared war country can be...

    • By Pearlie 2022-04-24 07:01:24

      A hot-blooded boy with a high degree of myopia, at his age, the understanding of glory is equal to impulsiveness, and the love of parents is a bit more like the heart of the poor world parents in the...

    • By Velva 2022-04-24 07:01:24

      Daniel's transformational work! The plot is a little dull overall, but it can still make people move at the end! It turned out that Kipling's son participated in World War I and died in action... He was only 18... (Xiang Er must be with me Watch the whole...

    Movie plot

    In 1914, when World War I ignited, Jack, the son of Joseph Rudyard Kipling, Britain's first Nobel Prize winner for literature, wanted to join the army and serve his country. However, Jack was repeatedly rejected by the military because he was severely short-sighted and could not pass the medical examination. It was an honor to be able to join the army at that time.
    Rudyard was an avid supporter of the war, and through his influence, he...
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    Movie quotes

    • Caroline Kipling: [crying] I miss him.

      Rudyard Kipling: [bursts into tears] So do I.

      Caroline Kipling: I can feel his head on my chest. I can feel his thick hair under my fingers. I can hear him laugh. I can feel his heat against me.

    • [last lines]

      Rudyard Kipling: Have you news of my boy Jack?/ Not this tide./ When d'you think that he'll come back?/ Not with this wind blowing, and this tide./ Has any one else had word of him?/ Not this tide./ For what is sunk will hardly swim, Not with this wind blowing, and this tide./ Oh, dear, what comfort can I find?/ None this tide,/ Nor any tide,/ Except he did not shame his kind-/ Not even with that wind blowing, and that tide./ Then hold your head up all the more,/ This tide,/ And every tide;/ Because he was the son you bore,/ And gave to that wind blowing and that tide!

    • Rudyard Kipling: [on why the British Empire must fight] You see, we have built up a family - a family of nations - and it must be protected. That is why Jack must fight! To protect the family!

      Elsie Kipling: [Totally not buying it] You're protecting the wrong family, father.