Stories with bricks

Posted: December 12, 2013 in watching
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As well as the Stirling Bridge narrative that led me to reconsider Braveheart, I recently did some freelance writing about the Battle of Agincourt. But proud as I am of what I wrote, I’m not sure I did it as much justice as this brief Lego video, which shows that you can sometimes tell historical stories without words.

And with bricks.

And yes, my historian brain did at times go ‘that’s not how it happened’, but was swiftly beaten into submission by the part of my brain that loves Lego teaming up with the part that acknowledges that historical accuracy isn’t everything.

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