Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts

Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts

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From director Roger Michell (Notting Hill), this archive-based documentary explores the multidimensional life of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving female head of state in history.  More

Billed as "A celebration... a cinematic mystery-tour up and down the decades".

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2022Rating: M, Occasional coarse language89 minsUKFree Range Films (UK)
Documentary
Director:
Roger Michell

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Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts | Reviews

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Radio New Zealand

Radio New Zealand

Roger Michell and his crack editor Joanna Crickmay couldn’t claim to have unearthed brand-new material, (but) they did produce a few insights.

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Variety

Variety

A level-headed adoration that is neither fussy nor old-fashioned, since it’s cut with an acerbic awareness of the absurdity of royalty in the contemporary age.

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Stuff

Stuff

It is a mosaic of glimpses that add up to something like an impressionistic portrait made of collage. Unexpectedly, I liked it very much.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

Couched in fondness and gentle irreverence, (Michell's) impressionistic archive footage documentary offers whimsical reflections on a lifetime of duty and service.

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Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts | Release Details

Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts is available to stream in New Zealand now on Google Play and Apple TV and Neon Rentals and Academy On Demand and AroVision.