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Nothing Like a Dame is a movie starring Maggie Smith, Eileen Atkins, and Judi Dench. Dames Judi Dench, Eileen Atkins, Joan Plowright, and Maggie Smith get together for tea to reminisce and discuss their acting careers.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Roger Michell
Starring
Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Joan Plowright, Eileen Atkins

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Roger Michell
Stars Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Joan Plowright, Eileen Atkins
Country UK
Also Known As Tea With the Dames - Ein unvergesslicher Nachmittag, Szlachectwo (nie) zobowiązuje, Nothing like a dame, Te med Damerne, Τσάι με τις Κυρίες, Tea With the Dames, Tea with the Dames - Ein unvergesslicher Nachmittag, Tea with the Dames, Tea With The Dames, Chá Com As Damas
Runtime 1 h 24 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Dames Judi Dench, Eileen Atkins, Joan Plowright, and Maggie Smith get together for tea to reminisce and discuss their acting careers.

Top reviews

Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 16:37

This film was not a typical Documentary film, nor was it the usual presentation of "the facts" - i.e. no real facts presented, just opinions, but the presenter was more than willing to throw out a few facts in order to convince the viewer, thus making the viewer think and question the world around him. The viewer is made to feel like he is there with the people in the footage, the times and places where the incidents take place. The main focus is on the sexual abuse of children in Ireland. We hear from the parents, the lawyers, the judges and even the priest, who all share their stories of the abuse. The film is very well made, the interviews are a mixture of family members and victims of abuse, but also from those who are trying to understand the events. It is a very personal documentary and we get to know the people involved, but we also get to see what the media did to cover up the events. The way the film was presented was also very interesting, very unique. The Director, Daniel O'Connell, is a very smart man, as he proved with his documentary about the Nazi's, "The Holocaust: A Documentary". This is also a very interesting documentary, one that shows the human side of the issue, that often gets forgotten in the mass media. It is a very well made documentary and a very worthwhile one. It shows the pain and suffering of the victims and also the human side of the issue. I really recommend this film and I hope you will watch it. It is an important one to see, as the same documentary was shown in the U.S. on the same subject, but the content was different, the director made a very different documentary, which I hope the U.S. audience will get a chance to see.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 20:11

I watched this documentary while doing some research on the environmental movement in the United States. I was surprised to find that it was a documentary by a well-known environmentalist, a woman who has had a lot of influence on the environmental movement in the US. As I watched this, I realized that this documentary was not an easy film to watch. In the beginning, the narrator told us that she was born in a farm in England and was raised in the countryside by her parents. She speaks of the forces that led her to her current position, and the government's handling of her family. She talks about the industry's pressure on farmers to use the most expensive seeds and the threat of natural disasters and disease. She describes how the industry has used a variety of techniques to manipulate the information they are allowed to access about the environment. She talks about the impact of pesticides on the environment, and how much the industry pays farmers to plant. She also talks about how the government has pushed some farmers to plant Monsanto's genetically modified seeds. I liked how the documentary focused on the environmental impact of Monsanto's products and how Monsanto has changed the lives of the people who work for the company. I was impressed with the documentary, but I think it could have been better. I think that a lot of the information in the film was given by people who knew more about the environmental impact of Monsanto's products than the narrator. It would have been better if the narrator had given a more balanced view of Monsanto's products. The documentary was good, but it could have been better.


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