A group of inhabitants from a town in Argentina decide to place all their savings in a bank to create an agricultural cooperative which, they believe, will change their fate. However, the victims of a racket, they lose all their money.
Julian grows along his best friend, Felipe, and a group of boys meant to live with all the advantages of the privileged class. However, violence and mobster mentality transform their ... See full summary »
Luis Alberto Restrepo
Ricardo Mejia Abaad,
Mark Addy, who portrayed 'King Robert Baratheon' on "Game Of Thrones", plays 'Mr. Bakewell' in the film. This makes him the 8th actor to have appeared in "Game Of Thrones" and "Downton Abbey." The others are Rose Leslie, Iain Glen, James Faulkner, Richard E. Grant, Simon Lowe, Martin Walsh, and Ron Donachie all appeared in this "Downton Abbey" series. See more »
While King George V inspects the troops, he is accompanied by a man dressed in lord lieutenant clothing. This is incorrect as Lord Grantham is the lord lieutenant of the local area, yet he is sitting in the 'VIP' area instead of with the king. See more »
Imagine a Downton Abbey TV Episode at Full Throttle
Take your favorite 10 things about Downton Abbey (the TV series), and then put them onto the big screen for 2 hours. Full throttle without holding back. You'll laugh many times. You'll smile. You'll possibly even cry. Of course, Maggie Smith is wonderful as always. It is one of the few movies I've been to where the audience started clapping at the end of the movie. Julian Fellowes certainly knows how to play to the Downton Abbey crowd. Although this may sound odd, I really recommend seeing this is the theater vs. waiting until it is on your TV. There is something special about seeing your favorite characters on a massive screen.
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