Inherit The Wind (1960)

Release Date: 03 May 2004 | Certificate: Universal, suitable for all
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The real conflict between science and religion flares into open war in this fictionalised account of the famous 1925 'Monkey Trial'. Schoolteacher John Scopes is placed under close arrest for advocating Darwin's theory of evolution to his pupils, in violation of a stifling Tennessee law banning anything that 'denies the divine creation of man as taught by the bible'. The case is taken up by a cynical newspaper-man who takes an interest when the champion of the Fundamentalists and three-time presidential candidate is named prosecutor. In retaliation the newspaper hires a self-styled agnostic, and one of the leading lawyers of the century, to defend Scopes.
Release Date: 03 May 2004
Certificate: U - Universal - Suitable for all
Directed by: Stanley Kramer

Region 2
Running Time: 123 minutes
Production Year: 1960
Main Language: English

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Unmissable drama with incredible tension

Tracy and March are at their absolute best in this marvellous true story (with poetic licence) set in the deep south. The courtroom scenes have never been bettered. You actually start to feel uncomfortably warm as they mop their perspiring faces in the sweltering heat. Acting doesn't get more heartfelt than this.

Catalogue No: 10001058