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Her Majesty (DVD) (*)
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$18.99 $9.96

Screened, competed or awarded at:
Other Film Festival Awards


Language Selections:
English ( Dolby Digital 5.1 )


Product Origin/Format:
Australia ( PAL/Region 4 )

Running Time:
105 min

Aspect Ratio:
Anamorphic Widescreen (1.85:1)

Special Features:
Interactive Menu
Scene Access


Movie filmed in 2001 and produced in:
New Zealand ( Australia, New Zealand )


Directed By:
Mark J. Gordon


Written By:
Mark J. Gordon


Actors:
Sally Andrews ..... Elizabeth Wakefield
Anna Sheridan ..... Annabel Leach
Mark Clare ..... John Wakefield
Alison Routledge ..... Victoria Wakefield
Geoff Snell ..... Nigel Osgood
Craig Elliott ..... Stuart Wakefield
Patrick Morrison ..... Trevor
Todd Emerson ..... Fred
Alexander Gandar ..... Murray
Anton Tennet ..... Robert Davies
Stuart Devenie ..... Headmaster Stringfellow
Rachel E. Wallis ..... Queen Elizabeth II
Chris Hollyer ..... Herald
Chris Tippett ..... Thomas Cook
Virginia Wickham ..... Rachel Wickstead


Synopsis:
The year is 1953. The place, Middleton, New Zealand, a quite provincial hamlet on the west coast of North Island. But there is a bigger world out there and Elizabeth Wakefield knows it. Nearly 13 years old, she is consumed by a desire to go to London someday to meet her idol, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Fascinated with the beautiful young Monarch, Elizabeth's room is a shrine, with countless pictures of the Royal Coronation plastered on her walls. When word arrives that the Queen is actually coming planning to visit Elizabeth's small home town, the girl is euphoric.

Which is more important -- loyalty to your friends, or making your dreams come true? A young girl is forced to make that difficult choice in this comedy-drama set in the early '50s. Elizabeth Wakefield (Sally Andrews) is a 12-year-old girl growing up in the small New Zealand town of Middleton. Elizabeth is fascinated by her namesake, the newly crowned Queen Elizabeth II, and when word gets out that the Queen may be visiting New Zealand, the schoolgirl sparks a letter-writing campaign to invite the Queen to Middleton, with the help of her best friend, Annabel (Anna Sheridan). The good news is that Elizabeth's plan works, and the Queen will indeed visit Middleton, but the bad news is it's not certain if Elizabeth will get to meet her. Elizabeth's father, John (Mark Clare), runs the town's biggest business, a cheese factory, and it looks like the Queen may pay the factory a visit, but Mrs. Hobson (Liddy Holloway), a pretentious sort who heads the ladies' gardening club, believes the local Rhododendron Trust might be a destination more befitting the Royal Family (it doesn't help that Mrs. Hobson has been having an affair with the mayor). Amidst all this confusion, a local eccentric makes her opinions known in a series of public rants - Hira Mata (Vicky Haughton), a elderly woman of Maori descent who still holds a grudge against the British for the death of her grandfather at the hands of English colonials almost a century ago. Elizabeth gets to know Hira, and comes to the conclusion she's not as crazy as most folks have led her to believe, and she decides to stand by her new friend when Hira Mata is accused of vandalism, even if it might prevent the visit of her beloved Queen. Her Majesty was the first feature film for director Mark J. Gordon.

Elizabeth is a popular thirteen year old who can't wait for the day the Queen of England visits her quaint New Zealand hometown. Her excitement becomes almost too much to bear upon learning that she might get to meet the Queen face to face! But as the rest of the town busies itself in eager anticipation of the big day, Elizabeth finds herself drawn to the elderly and mysterious outcast Hira.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 15 November, 2005.

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