Steve Reviews: Ethel and Ernest

21 feb 2021
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This week we review the 2016 film, Ethel and Ernest. A story which follows the life of the married couple... Ethel and Ernest, from the beginning, to the very end.... I warn you guys, this is a heavy one!
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  • Wanna make the ending even more depressing. His parents died in 1971 but what the movie doesn't tell you is raymonds wife died in 1973, so two years after he lost his parents he lost his wife, thats just soul crushing right there.

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  • so Ethel died from dementia

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  • this seems like such a cute movie, but also very heartbreaking

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  • It's sad knowing that a possible reason for Ernest's death could be actual heartbreak as usually the death of a loved one can cause their partner to die within a few weeks to a few months. But this just shows that he really did love her with all his heart.

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  • *Spoiler Warning* But my jaw physically dropped when I heard Ethel say "Who was that old man leaving just now?"

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  • the decline of Ethel reminds me a lot of my own family. currently my grandmother's health is declining due to dementia and the same happened to my grandfather and my great grandmother. while the bond I had with my grandparents was never the same as the bond between a child and their own parents, its still very heartwrenching and painful to watch someone you care about deteriorate to the point that they can't even remember who you are. its a sad reality but I think its important that its brought up in children's media since many children will have to watch their grandparents go through Alzheimer's or dementia at a young age, and its difficult for small kids to understand what's happening or why. its great that this film portrays it in a respectful and realistic way, and not for the shock factor.

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  • I could not get through watching this as my nan was undergoing dementia at time too painful and my grandad died several years earlier

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  • Many years ago, the Daily Mail in the UK used to publish short strips from the book every week in their weekend supplement magazine as a way of promoting it. One such strip that I remember was when the father was talking to his son over the phone, and learnt that the love of his life had passed away in hospital. In three panels he went from barely holding himself up to slumping onto the floor in complete bereavement. It’ll be a strip I’ll never forget.

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  • My gran is the only one in my family who votes Tory. She doesn’t even agree with their policies she just likes Boris. She didn’t even read their manifesto before voting. It drove me mental. I still love her though ❤️ she’s just a bit daft

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  • 11:58 What does he say? I can't make it out. "Well, I couldn't sand eye in the bathroom"?

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  • Wow that honestly made me tear up

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