... He is arriving by boat this
afternoon, by which time it is hoped
consider riding out...
... As to that decision, along with
all others, we remain, as ever,
prisoners of the Queen's grief.
Ever your devoted husband, Henry.
middle-aged man in a dark mourning suit; tall, Saturnine
rushing to make the luncheon hour.
along a pace behind.
Prince of Wales. He is in his mid-twenties, plump, stiff
trying to keep warm.
Mrs Brown (2003)
Synopsis: Mrs Brown, also theatrically released as Her Majesty, Mrs Brown, is a 1997 British drama film starring Judi Dench, Billy Connolly, Geoffrey Palmer, Antony Sher, and Gerard Butler in his film debut. It was written by Jeremy Brock and directed by John Madden. The film was produced by the BBC and Ecosse Films with the intention of being shown on BBC One and on WGBH's Masterpiece Theatre. However, it was acquired by Miramax and released to unexpected success, going on to earn more than $13 million worldwide. The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival. Dench was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress, but lost to Helen Hunt for her role in As Good as It Gets.