Of Mice And Men DVD £2.55 delivered @ Tesco Ent using code
Of Mice And Men DVD £2.55 delivered @ Tesco Ent using code

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A nice film.
We have a dream. Someday we'll have a little house and a couple of acres. A place to call home.

John Steinbeck's timeless classic comes magnificently to life in this beautiful and stirring film starring Oscar nominees John Malkovich (Being John Malkovich) and Gary Sinise (The Green Mile). Directed by Sinise from an adaptation by two-time Oscar winner Horton Foote, this "flawless miracle of movie-making" (Susan Granger, "American Movie Classics") is a must-see for all audiences.

Best friends Lennie (Malkovich) and George (Sinise) find themselves unemployed in Depression-era California, unable to maintain a stable working pattern for long because of Lennie's childlike mentality. When they're hired at the Tyler Ranch, they thrive on the work despite the strict supervision of Curley (Casey Siemaszko), the boss' mean-spirited son. But their world is ripped apart when Curley's unhappy wife (Sherilyn Fenn) becomes the innocent victim of Lennie's compassion, forcing George to make a compassionate decision of his own.


This is a common GCSE text so if you have a teenager about 14/15 check with them ( or even better with their English teacher) and see if they study this text. For some students it is useful to 'see' a story rather than just read and sometimes they use the text as part of their media analysis work and compare the book with the text. :-))

GCSE english anyone?!? Classic book and the film aint too shabby either. Well worth a watch for £2.55!

Ahh, we watched and read OMaM during GCSE english, I thoroughly enjoyed it tbh, shame about the rest of the course

Quality film!

Great film. Never realized how much the cover looks the same as the one from Rain Man

Malkovic is awful in this.

Amazing book.

or, as my 16 year old calls it, 'Of Mice & Bloody Men' - don't think he enjoyed doing this for GCSE....

Good film, GCSE english subject also

Bad memories about English Lit with this...still the film is a very useful tool so recommended if you've got a kid studying this in English Lit oO
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