The Duke retells a long-forgotten moment from modern British history when, in 1961, an irritating bolshie know-it-all from Newcastle called Kempton Bunton (Jim Broadbent) stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery which was worth £140,000. This is a warm-hearted film which is funny and unexpectedly touching, too.
Winner of an Oscar for Best Original Screen Play and a BAFTA for Outstanding British Film of the Year, Belfast is a deeply personal semi-autobiographical drama by writer-director Kenneth Branagh about growing up during the Troubles.
“Love Sarah” is a gentle reminder of the power of love in times of grief and the importance of trusting your existing “family” circle. The feel-good drama is a celebration of life and inspires hope. It will warm the cockles of your heart.