THE DUKE – Review by Diane Carson

The Duke amuses with a real-life theft from the British National Gallery. In the list of real life contributing a tale more fantastic than invented ones, Kempton Bunton’s sits high up there. This sixty-year-old, cantankerous, occasional taxi driver in 1960s Newcastle (northeast England) repeatedly and, it must be noted, conscientiously protested discriminatory and, in his estimation, inequitable practices. And then his piece de resistance occurred.

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