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King Lear
Year: 2018
Genre: Drama / History
Rating: (6.1)
Country: UK / USA
Runtime: 115 min.
Director: Richard Eyre
Studio: Playground Entertainment
Cast: Jim Broadbent / Jim Carter / Tobias Menzies / Emily Watson / John Macmillan / Florence Pugh / Emma Thompson / Anthony Calf / Anthony Hopkins / Simon Manyonda / Chukwudi Iwuji / Karl Johnson / Andrew Scott / Christopher Eccleston / Samuel Valentine
Plot:
An aging King invites disaster, when he abdicates to his corrupt, toadying daughters, and rejects his loving and honest one.
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The Children Act
Year: 2017
Genre: Drama
Rating: (6.7)
Country: UK / USA
Runtime: 105 min.
Director: Richard Eyre
Studio: FilmNation Entertainment
Cast: Emma Thompson / Stanley Tucci / Fionn Whitehead / Ben Chaplin / Rosie Cavaliero / Rupert Vansittart / Nikki Amuka-Bird / Jason Watkins / Anthony Calf / Nicholas Jones / Honey Holmes / Paul Jesson / Andrew Havill / Dominic Carter / Ty Hurley
Plot:
As her marriage to Jack flounders, eminent High Court judge Fiona Maye has a life-changing decision to make at work - should she force a teenage boy, Adam, to have the blood transfusion that will save his life? Her unorthodox visit to his hospital bedside has a profound impact on them both, stirring strong new emotions in the boy and long-buried feelings in her.
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The Dresser
Year: 2015
Genre: Drama
Rating: (6.8)
Country: UK
Runtime: 105 min.
Director: Richard Eyre
Studio: BBC
Cast: Anthony Hopkins / Ian McKellen / Emily Watson / Sarah Lancashire / Edward Fox / Vanessa Kirby / Tom Brooke / Ian Conningham / Matthew Cottle / John Ashton / Helen Bradbury / Annalisa Rossi / Carl Sanderson / Martin Chamberlain
Plot:
In the closing months of World War II aging actor Sir (Sir Anthony Hopkins) and his wife Her Ladyship (Emily Watson) bring Shakespeare to the provinces with a company depleted by conscription. Sir is plainly unwell, discharging himself from the hospital and Her Ladyship believes he should cancel his upcoming performance of "King Lear". However, Norman (Sir Ian McKellen), his outspoken, gay dresser disagrees, and is determined that the show will go on, cajoling the confused Sir into giving a performance, one which will be his swan song. At the same time, drawing a parallel between King Lear and his fool as Norman, despite ultimate disappointment, serves his master.
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