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Michael Cole over 2 years ago
Real Housewives with fancy British accents
Emma Flaherty 5 years ago
This walked the fine line between romance and politics as the heart of the story.
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Vicky over 4 years ago
The Young Victoria is a 2009 period drama film based on the early life and reign of Queen Victoria, and her marriage to Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. The film was directed by Jean-Marc Vallée and written by screenwriter Julian Fellowes. Graham King, Martin Scorsese, Sarah, Duchess of York, and Timothy Headington served as the film's producers. The film starred Emily Blunt, Rupert Friend, Paul Bettany, Miranda Richardson, and Jim Broadbent among a large ensemble cast. Fellowes sought to make the film as historically accurate as possible. With this in mind, he hired Academy Award-winning costume designer Sandy Powell and historical consultant Alastair Bruce, 5th Baron Aberdare. Filming for The Young Victoria took place at various historical landmarks in England to further the film's authenticity. Despite this, various aspects of the film have been criticized for historical inaccuracies. Momentum Pictures released the film in the United Kingdom, where it appeared in theaters on...
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