This movie is a treasure. Judi Dench deserved an Oscar for her work. If I ever see her on the street, I will apologize for the stupidity of the Academy. Billy Connolly was terrific also and deserved his own nomination. This movie is magnificent; one of the best I've seen in a long time. Even if you think this kind of thing is too Masterpiece Theatre, I think you would enjoy this.
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Mrs Brown (1997)
Mrs Brown is a movie starring Judi Dench, Billy Connolly, and Geoffrey Palmer. When Queen Victoria's husband dies, she finds solace in her trusted servant, Mr. Brown, but their relationship also brings scandal and turmoil.
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Queen Victoria is deeply depressed after the death of her husband, disappearing from public. Her servant Brown, who adores her, through caress and admiration brings her back to life, but that relationship creates scandalous situation and is likely to lead to monarchy crisis.
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MagnificentReviewed byBoyo-2Vote: 10/10
An excellent historical drama on a sweet anecdote from the life of Queen Victoria. Certainly not the stuff for a pompous epic drama, and that′s the film′s strength. What makes it great, however, is the duo of the protagonists: Judi Dench and Billy Connoly give acting lessons, at the same time being so subtle about it that I had the impression that each was trying to act the other into the spotlight. I was deeply moved by the Dame′s performance and think she was robbed of an Oscar - a fact which was acknowledged in the Oscar ceremony by the winner Helen Hunt!(not taking anything away from her performance, she was excellent) By the way, a sign of greatness by Helen - chapeau! Obviously, that was the reason for the Oscar for her (great) 8-minute performance in Shakespeare In Love the next year. Still, Mrs.Brown is a great film in all aspects, not just something for Dench-fans. Wouldn′t hurt to check the political history of the time, the background is extremely interesting.
The movie is Master Class. Judi Dench conveys more emotion and anguish with one look than most actors do in their entire career. Becoming Queen Victoria is what she accomplishes in this small, independent, but, thoroughly enthralling film. The remaining ensemble is terrific from top to bottom. The movie strings extreme emotion throughout, first, deep sorrow and grief, confusion and anguish, and finally triumph. It keeps you guessing as to the Queen's competence to the throne and the relationship she constructs with Mr. Brown. The scenery is spectacular, both interior and exterior: it and Judi Dench will take you breath away. In the end, the movie satisfies on all accounts.