A television drama presenting Sherlock Holmes Star Benedict Cumberbatch as the director of the estranging campaign to pull Britain out of the European Union strikes UK screens just as legislators collect for a crucial Brexit Vote.

“The Uncivil War: Brexit”, which broadcasts, characterizes and planning strategies behind the historic vote in 2016, under the tagline: “ Everyone knows who won. But hardly anyone knows how.”

Authorized in 2017, the creators could barely have visions of a better condition to release the two-hour political drama, with Britain at a crucial period in the Brexit process.

Legislators will finally vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s drafting deal with Brussels after she detained a December vote among loyal opposition to her plan.

With no replacements on offer, and the emerging threat of Britain crashing out of the alliance in March without an endorsement, the award could not present higher for the country and May.

Those on the background of the Channel 4 representation observe it as a favorable moment for an adapted incident of how it all started.

The show’s writer James Graham at a preview screening told, “ I believe that art, drama, and storytelling has a civic purpose as well as being entertainment”.

He added, “ It can contribute to our understanding of what’s happening at the moment in a different way… than journalism or social media.”

Cumberbatch plays Dominic Cummings, a former diplomatic advisor to skeptical MPs who was the leader of Vote Leave, the official group of pro-Brexit that helped to win the general public poll despite all the conventional political parties supporting continued the EU membership.

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