Jack Crutcher reviews the Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe winning film, 12 Years A Slave. He looks why slavery has become a popular focal point of challenging cinema in the last couple of years.
Of all the subject teachers in schools around the world, it seems reasonable to suggest that those teaching history are a superior breed. Such a magnificent subject naturally attracts a higher class of student, some of whom then go on to spread the joy to future generation through the medium of education. But obviously, I, Continue Reading