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Biopics, Comedy, Drama
American socialite Florence Foster Jenkins loved music, and opera in particular. Deciding to take this passion one step further and put herself onto the stage, she ambitiously hires New York’s iconic Carnegie Hall for a concert. The problem is, she is oblivious to the fact that she’s a truly atrocious singer. Having previously been protected from the truth by aristocratic manager St Clair Bayfield, the concert threatens to leave her ruefully exposed. This extraordinary true story vividly recreates 1940s New York and is a warm, humorous look at the powers of self-belief, treating its subject’s delusions sympathetically, anchored by a characteristically brilliant performance from Meryl Streep.
Comedy in which an elderly widow decides to buy a run-down old London theatre during World War Two to pass the time, and starts holding nude shows.
11+ years 99 mins
Julie is attempting to cook all of Julia Child's recipes in one year, as we witness the similarity of these parallel lives, though 50 years apart.
11+ years 118 mins
Helen Mirren stars as Queen Elizabeth II in this Peter Morgan imagining of a key moment in recent history.
14+ years 98 mins
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