Jan 08, 2010 · Watch video · Blunt and Friend make «The Young Victoria» a touching romance and a gripping human drama as well as an exploration of a key period in British history. 8/10 140 of 157 people found this review helpful.
The Young Victoria is a 2009 British-American period drama film directed by Jean-Marc Vallée and written by Julian Fellowes, based on the early life and reign of Queen Victoria, and her marriage to Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.
The Queen has expressed her disapproval of historical inaccuracies in The Young Victoria and said some of the costumes were too German.
Visually delicious, dripping in both diamonds and details, The Young Victoria is a fresh approach to both its subject and its genre.
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Emily Blunt and Rupert Friend star in the lavish historical drama, THE YOUNG VICTORIA. Resolved to establish her authority over those who rule in her stead, a young and inexperienced Queen Victoria (Blunt) draws strength from the love of Albert (Friend), the handsome prince who’s stolen her heart.
As the only legitimate heir of England’s King William, teenage Victoria (Emily Blunt) gets caught up in the political machinations of her own family. Victoria’s mother (Miranda Richardson) wants her to sign a regency order, while her Belgian uncle schemes to arrange a marriage between the future monarch and Prince Albert (Rupert Friend), the …
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Apr 18, 2013 · When Victoria became Queen of England in 1837, Lord Melbourne was fifty-eight years old and forty years her senior. However, in The Young Victoria, he was portrayed by Paul Bettany, who is twenty years younger than Melbourne really would have been. This was most likely done to create a perceived competition between Melbourne …
Sep 20, 2013 · Dominated by her possessive mother and her bullying consort, Conroy, since childhood, teen-aged Victoria refuses to allow them the power of acting as her regent in the last days of her uncle, William IV’s rule.