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New in cinemas this week is Stephen Frears' new British historical drama Victoria & Abdul, which tells the true story of the unlikely friendship that developed between Queen Victoria and an Indian servant named Abdul.
The true story of the unlikely friendship between Queen Victoria and a young Indian servant, Abdul Karim.
Age group11–16 years
German LGBT drama about a teenager, desperate to escape his family, who falls in love with a new boy in school.
Age group16+ years
Animation in which a tiger-striped penguin and his friends attempt to maintain order in the jungle while Igor, an evil koala, seeks to destroy it.
Age group5–7 years
Tense drama about a land dispute in Pakistan as three women try to defend their home from a group of men attempting to seize it.
Age group14+ years
Why have a romantic comedy, a sci-fi, and a monster movie, when you can combine all three? That's the approach taken by this inventive genre mash-up, as a downtrodden woman named Gloria living in New York realises that there's a strange connection between herself and the gigantic creature rampaging through downtown Seoul, in South Korea. With the beast's behaviour seemingly linked to her own, Gloria must get herself together - and quickly!
Royal traditions and history get assessed by director Stephen Frears and actor Eddie Izzard in our 'Victoria & Abdul' interview. Out in cinemas 15 September.
Viewing time 6 mins
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Reading time 6 mins
A collection of films depicting the Victorian era on screen.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films23
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