My Week With Marilyn

My Week With Marilyn
My Week With Marilyn




95 minutes


Based on a true story, Biopics, Period and Historical, Romance



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Hollywood glamour meets old England in this magical account of a week in the life of one of the most famous actresses in the world, Marilyn Monroe, during her first visit to London in the summer of 1956. Visiting to film The Prince and the Showgirl her trip is seen through the eyes of Colin Clark an infatuated assistant working on the set. As Marilyn forms a friendship with Colin we are let in to the highs and lows of a woman who oozes beauty and charm on the outside but is in fact deeply insecure on the inside. Closely watched by the British press and at odds with her overbearing director Laurence Olivier she glimpses freedom in a brief escape to the English countryside.

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Contains strong language.

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