Steven Spielberg loves England after ‘War Horse’ production Lady Gaga isn’t the only celebrity who loves England.

Count Steven Spielberg among one of the country’s fans.

Spielberg recently shot his latest film “War Horse” on the moors in Devon.

“I have never before, in my long and eclectic career, been gifted with such an abundance of natural beauty as I experienced filming War Horse on Dartmoor,” the director told The Sun.

“With 2½ weeks of extensive coverage of landscapes and skies, I hardly scratched the surface of the visual opportunities offered to me,” added the Oscar winning director.

“War Horse” is based on a novel by Michael Morpurgo and focuses on a cavalry horse which fights in France during World War One.

Film stars Emily Watson and David Thewlis of “Harry Potter” fame. “War Horse” is set to bow next year on December 28.


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One Comment

  • February 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    BEWARE horse films from POST American, Globalist/RED China
    ‘eugenics modeling’ Hollywood ——esp. those released on the ‘quietly
    passing’ 60th Anniversary of the awesomely relevant, urgently significant

    NOTE: ‘Daring maverick’ Eastwood has been up to similiar tricks under
    the guise of ‘moral fables’. He’s now been caught fronting a string of
    ‘eugenics friendly’ skilfuly demoralizing, POST American snuff films
    (Million Dollar Baby, Mystic River, IWO trilogy etc.).

    He too has used the dead warhorse trip in IWO in a piece of shameless,
    Stanford Research syle emotive sequence programming. Guaranteed
    to dissolve whatever male moral imperative you ever had.

    AS RED China has been handed our economy and technology
    while Globalists collapse borders, culture, currency —allwithout
    a whimper, we have to admit —it’s working like a dream…

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