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Her Majesty (2001)

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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... See full summary »

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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 Wallis ...
Queen Elizabeth II (as Rachel E. Wallis)
Chris Hollyer ...
Herald
Chris Tippett ...
Thomas Cook
Virginia Wickham ...
Rachel Wickstead
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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. Written by Anonymous

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Two worlds. One day will change their lives forever.

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Rated PG for thematic elements and some mild language | See all certifications »
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What a sweet, wonderful film; for all ages
21 April 2003 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

I loved this movie - had a chance to see a local screening and was delighted all the way though to the unexpected ending. The movie is set and filmed in New Zealand and is about a little girl who worships Queen Elizabeth II, in 1953 just after her coronation. The girl sends dozens of letters to Buckingham Palace and is ridiculed for her fancy; however, when the queen makes her trip that year to New Zealand (the trip was real; the rest fiction), she adds the little girl's rural town to her itinerary.

The movie is about the events preceeding the Queen's visit, including serious problems because the girl has befriended an old Maori woman with a complicated past; bigotry, small town clans, colonialism, ignorance, and other injustices rear their ugly head along the way to some unexpected conclusions. The movie is very touching and sure to be a hit for kids and families of all ages, as the main themes are universal.


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