For a film about propaganda, its own marketing campaign was quite well organised. Last weekend a feature was published in The Times which contained a charming interview with the film’s star Gemma Arterton. In this interview, she discussed her desire to move from big blockbuster films to smaller character driven ones. Arterton is probably better known for her roles in big blockbuster American films such as ‘Prince of Persia’, ‘Hansel & Gretel’ and ‘Clash of Titans’. Arterton explained that whilst these films offered well-paid opportunities to new talent, they were ultimately unsatisfying roles, a familiar path for many actors including Bill Nighy.