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Post-war 1950s London, the height of British fashion, is the setting for this romantic drama in which renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock and his sister Cyril are at the centre of the design industry. Together they dress royalty, movie stars and other members of high society with the distinct style of The House of Woodcock. Many women drift in and out of Reynolds’ life – providing him with the inspiration he craves – until one day he encounters a more permanent fixture in the form of a young, strong-willed lady named Alma. As she becomes his muse and lover, Reynolds finds his previously ordered existence thrown into chaos by romance and desire. ‘Phantom Thread’ has been heralded for its costume design, score and performances, and is reportedly the final role of Daniel Day-Lewis’ career.
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Also new in cinemas are 'Boom for Real' and 'Freak Show', with 'Phantom Thread' and 'The Wound' released on DVD.
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