Review-Saving Mr. Banks (2013)Based on a true story. After more than two decades of insistence, P.L. Travers, author of Mary Poppins, accepts to collaborate in the movie adaptation that Walt Disney has prepared for her book. But the reasons of this are purely economical, because Travers cannot stand Disney's sickeningly sweet productions and she fears that he would transform her dear book into a frivolous film. In spite of the studios' efforts, nothing seems to be satisfactory for any of both parts: Travers is too demanding and never seems to be satisfied, and Disney wants to include things she detests, like animation, songs and a happy tone. But what Travers complains more about is the treatment of Mr. Banks and through many flashbacks to her childhood in Australia we see why.Unlike in many movies, the flashbacks appear in their right time and they do not create confusion, but help understand Travers' character and the reasons of her demands.The music mixes the soundt
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