Goodbye Christopher Robin is a movie that came out in 2017, it’s about the relationship between writer AA Milne and his son, Christopher Robin, and how this became the inspiration for Winnie the Pooh. A rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) and his son Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh.
A.A. Milne was a soldier under WW1, the war to end all wars. Describe the role of the soldier under WW1 and the trauma they experienced.
The role of the soldier under WW1 was tremendous, WW1 was known ass the trench war, and the soldiers were fighting across the fields in their trenches. They experienced death and horror and got heavily traumatized.
How many soldiers died during WW1?
About 40 million people died during WW1
When he returned for war, how did he adjust?
When A.A Milne returned from the war, he got a stress syndrome. And could never forget his time out in the battlefields.
Happiness, what makes you happy? What did Christopher Robin want from his parents?
All Christopher Robin wanted from his parents were their love and attention. And that is what every child needs to be happy.
Why did Christopher Robin have such trouble with the characters in his father’s books?
Because they were about himself. And he didn’t want the fame.
What was his relationship with his father?
In the beginning, their relationship was quite poorly, they did not seem to have any chemistry at all. However, later in the movie, they were brought more together and found more in common. Towards the end, Christofer got angry at his father for ruining his childhood with the Winnie the Pooh books. It ended with him saying sorry to his father.
What was his relationship with his nanny, how did it develop in the movie?
The Nanny and Christopher were very close. She had been there his whole childhood, from he was a little baby. It delved into a mother-son relationship.
Christopher Robin went to a private boarding school. Describe life at an all boys school before WW2.
The life at an all boys school before WW2 was very strictly,