When talking to the Earl of Southampton, Shakespeare repeatedly addresses him as "Your Grace". When addressing an Earl, the correct form is "My Lord" (only a Duke would be addressed as Your Grace). Shakespeare spent enough time around nobility to be well aware of the correct title to use. See more »
The film for large parts is not all that memorable but never the less enjoyable at the same times. At times it is witty, others heartwarming and other times ventures into the darkness of loss and emotional rifts in a family all in a rather understated manner. Yes I may well not remember much about it come the end of the year but for a low budget drama it is excellently acted and very enjoyable indeed without being particularly spectacular.
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