Victoria, die junge Königin (2009)

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Victoria, die junge Königin: Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée. With Emily Blunt, Rupert Friend, Paul Bettany, Miranda Richardson. A dramatization of the turbulent first years of Queen Victoria’s rule, and her enduring romance with Prince Albert.

“This film is about the life of Queen Victoria during her youth and her first few years as the monarch of Great Britain.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eu0026quot;The Young Victoriau0026quot; has amazing production. Every scene is designed and decorated to immaculate detail. The extravagant costumes, lavish locations and beautifully landscaped gardens all make u0026quot;The Young Victoriau0026quot; very impressive. I was the most amazed by the thoughtful cinematography. How every person is placed in relation to the background or foreground is well thought out, every scene is well composed. The scene that strikes me the most was when Victoria talks to Melbourne. Melbourne was positioned in the middle of the door frame from Victoriau0026#39;s angle, while from Melbourneu0026#39;s angle Victoria was situated between the space where Melbourne held his arm on his hips.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eStory wise, it is far too compressed to be followed and understood by a person without historical knowledge of Queen Victoria. Many events are rushed through or not even explained. I expected a grand scene of the coronation, and disappointingly it only lasted for a few seconds.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOverall, u0026quot;The Young Victoriau0026quot; is a good film, and it would have been even better if it was longer, so that events could be properly explained without rush.”


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