Judi Dench Slams “Crude Sensationalism” of Season 5 of ‘The Crown’: “This Cannot Go Unchallenged”

Judi Dench Slams “Crude Sensationalism” of Netflix’s “The Crown” Season 5 : “This Cannot Go Unchallenged”

Judi Dench has taken over the raise his voices for the upcoming season of Netflix’s “The Crown”. Judi Dench is the Oscar winning superstar and he is the one accusing the producer of the royal drama by saying that he is responsible for blurring away “the lines between historical accuracy and crude sensationalism.”

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In a letter to The Times of London, Dench first praised The Crown but she was worried that the series is catching up with the present day, in danger of convincing the viewers of International audience, that dramatization was a totally true version of history.

Althpugh,  in the letter she calls herself a firm believer of artistic freedom and also refers to “The Crown” as being brilliant, but she also expressed that viewers may take this event as totally  true. As a result, she believes that Netflix should use and reconsider it on including a disclaimer along with it.

Judi Dench Slams Netflix's The Crown for "Crude Sensationalism"
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Dench writes that the closer the drama comes to our present times, the more freely it seems willing to blur the lines between historical accuracy and crude sensationalism. She also wrote in the letter that given some of the wounding suggestions apparently contained in the new series — that King Charles plotted for his mother to abdicate. She also mentioned his mother in the article.

Dench’s letter came after the former British Prime Minister John Major attacked The Crown. The letter has many things to disclose, and there are many things that are true about the series. There is a clear demarcation of disclaimer to be given by the series. Dench is very well acquainted with fictionalized accounts of these Royal families. Netflix should reconsider this request as soon as possible. This seems to be intriguing.