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Roger Michell | 2012 | 94 MINS
The story of the love affair between FDR and his distant cousin Margaret ‘Daisy’ Suckley, centred around the weekend in 1939 when the King and Queen of the United Kingdom visited upstate New York.

FROM 18 Aug

Date and Times

Thu 18 Aug
Fri 19 Aug
Picture Palace

In Detail

In June 1939, the reigning British king (Samuel West) and queen (Olivia Colman) visit President (Bill Murray) and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt (Olivia Williams) at their New York home.

War with Germany looms on the horizon, and England desperately needs the president's support. An unforgettable weekend unfolds as FDR tries to juggle international affairs with the complexities of his domestic arrangement, as seen through the eyes of the president's intimate confidant (Laura Linney). Gently amusing with a fine grasp of setting and context with excellent production design and a stand-out performance from Murray.

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