• Wah-Wah (2005) Rating & Reviews

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  • The fascinating aspect of the rambling and involving film is how Ralph and this no-nonsense dame who married Dad become confederates. show more

  • Wah-Wah has a sequence, based on old newsreels, in which the flag is lowered and the sun sets on another bit of the empire. Odd how many critics have felt the whole movie should be about this. I don't see why. The story is about people who lived closed lives, and a film about them would necessarily give independence only a supporting role. show more

  • Veteran actor Richard E. Grant makes his writing and directing debut with Wah-Wah, a startling portrait of his own startling and unusual childhood, growing up in Swaziland in the waning days of the British Empire in Africa. show more

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