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Nothing Like a Dame

Nothing Like a Dame is a movie starring Maggie Smith, Eileen Atkins, and Judi Dench. Dames Judi Dench, Eileen Atkins, Joan Plowright, and Maggie Smith get together for tea to reminisce and discuss their acting careers.

Other Titles
Szlachectwo (nie) zobowiązuje, Tea with the Dames, Te med Damerne, Τσάι με τις Κυρίες, Tea With the Dames - Ein unvergesslicher Nachmittag, Tea with the Dames - Ein unvergesslicher Nachmittag, Chá Com As Damas, Nothing like a dame, Tea With The Dames, Tea With the Dames
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Roger Michell
Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Joan Plowright, Eileen Atkins
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Dames Judi Dench, Eileen Atkins, Joan Plowright, and Maggie Smith get together for tea to reminisce and discuss their acting careers.

Comments about documentary «Nothing Like a Dame» (16)

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Gregory Lawrence

This documentary is a riveting reminder of the sheer magnitude of the atrocities committed against the world's Jews by the Nazis, as well as the many human beings who survived the holocaust and were either forced to live in Nazi concentration camps, died in the camps or were interned as forced laborers or slave laborers in the most brutal concentration camps in Nazi Germany. The great filmmaker Werner Herzog has assembled a vast array of archival footage from the world's archives and interviews with survivors and former concentration camp inmates and guards who have told their stories. Many of these survivors and former guards had a shared passion for telling their stories, and the movie is filled with fascinating insights into the personalities, motivations, and psychological trauma that many people endure during the holocaust. The documentary covers a wide range of topics, from the holocaust to the treatment of the Jewish people after the war to the current situation in Germany and the United States. The Holocaust is a subject that is covered in depth in this documentary, but it is also presented in a compelling way that encourages viewers to consider the cruelty that the Nazis inflicted on the Jewish people in Nazi Germany. This movie is extremely well-made, and its unique approach to the topic is a welcome addition to the documentary genre. My only question that I have is: Why didn't the filmmakers include more footage from the concentration camps? The horror of the holocaust is much more powerful and moving when the subject matter is of a lesser degree. This is a compelling documentary that deserves wide distribution and a wide audience.

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Catherine O.

This documentary follows the life of a woman who was a victim of a sexual assault in the early nineties. As she tells her story, we see how she deals with her traumatic experience, and we hear from her friend and co-worker. What I like about this documentary is that it's not only about a woman who experienced a sexual assault, but also a woman who has experienced a sexual assault. The director clearly chooses to focus on the women, and we get to hear their perspectives, but we also get to hear the perspectives of the men who were friends with the victim. So it's not just a woman's story, it's also a women's story. I think it's a great documentary. There is a lot of information that you don't see on television, and a lot of stuff that you wouldn't see in a film. There are things that you don't see that you hear from the victim. The director does a great job of showing that this is not just a man's story, but a woman's story too. It's really refreshing to see a film that doesn't only focus on one story, but focuses on all of them.

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In a nutshell: the story of a young girl (Sinead McCarthy) from Dublin who has an illness that affects her eyesight. She becomes dependent on a set of glasses that she uses to see and then to write. As she suffers with the loss of sight, she comes up with a new way of seeing, which involves writing in a book she keeps on her desk. She learns to appreciate the beauty of the world around her and comes to understand that beauty is always a part of the story. She starts to believe that she can see for herself and is able to see people with her eyesight. The director is a brilliant teacher who is able to convey a wide range of emotions through her film. The camera work is amazing, and the way the story is told is just right. I really hope to see more films like this. We don't need a director who has a story in mind, we need one who has a camera in hand and a camera to tell the story. I would recommend this film to everyone.

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Kenneth H.

There are many short documentaries, many of which can be very powerful. "The War of Art" is one of them. The documentary was made in 1994 by the photographer and former French Foreign Legion officer, Rene Zellweger, in her hometown of Basel. She lived through the Franco-Prussian War and the First World War, and was a correspondent for the Illustrated London News for many years. This documentary covers the early days of photography and the war in Europe, and includes interviews with many famous photographers, from Alfred Stieglitz, who was one of the first photographers in the U.S., to the French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson. The movie is in German with English subtitles, but it is very powerful in English. The documentary is an excellent insight into the artistic aspects of the war, and the struggles of the photographers. It also covers the social aspects of the war, and the social roles of the photographers, especially the famous ones. I found it very interesting, and I recommend it highly.

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Julie Wade

I saw this film at a screening, and I thought it was an interesting and inspiring look at a group of people, and their struggle. This is not a film that will be well-received, but it was interesting and it was well-done. I was struck by the courage of the young people who participated, and the experience they had, but there were some issues that seemed to be lacking. The film focused on the group of people, and didn't have much focus on the individual people, or the culture of the group. There were some good points in the film, but some points that seemed to be missing.

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I'm not sure why this movie has such a low rating on IMDb, I think that the movie was very well done, and very well acted, I recommend this movie to everyone who has a lot of time to waste.

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Jennifer Morgan

It's always fun to see a documentary that has some of the most influential people in history telling their stories. This documentary is a great example of that. We learn about the history of the world, the current state of affairs, and the current political climate. It's a must see for anyone interested in history, politics, or just people in general. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about the people who are shaping the world today. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Julie C.

I was on a plane for a week when this film was screened and I was absolutely blown away. This documentary is a glimpse into the lives of two sisters, one of whom is a lesbian, and one who is not. We get to see the lives of the sisters, their friends and their families and their families. It is a great story of how two women, in a time when people in general had no interest in women, fought for their rights and equality. This film will be remembered for years to come and it is a must see. I loved the interview with the one of the sisters who is not a lesbian and that was one of the highlights of the film.

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Nicholas J.

This documentary is a good one. I really enjoyed it. I feel it is the type of documentary that should be put out on DVD. There are a lot of things that I thought were not explained well enough and that made it hard to follow the story. Also, there were a few things that were explained very well and I thought they were important. The film does not focus on one particular event but rather a lot of things that happen to a lot of people that are connected to the current administration and the war in Iraq. The film has a lot of good information and I really enjoyed it. The information that is discussed in the film is very important to me because it shows the way that the government is dealing with the people and the fact that there is a war going on. Overall, this is a good documentary and I highly recommend it.

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Jesse L.

From the great artistic talent of such greats as Brian Eno, Mark Knopfler, and the ever-reliable David Byrne, comes the story of one man's journey to the heart of the cultural phenomenon that is punk rock. It is a tale of how an ordinary man became a cultural phenomenon and the nature of his transformation, and how it affected his family, friends, and his own outlook on life. The film's biggest strength is its ability to show us a story of an ordinary man's journey to the heart of a cultural phenomenon, and how it affected his family, friends, and his own outlook on life. The only other film to do this is the excellent "When a Stranger Calls" and "Love Will Tear Us Apart" both of which are my personal favorites. This is the most important film of the decade, and its themes and ideas will be with us for a very long time. The best thing about this film is that it is one of the few films that I can watch over and over again and still get something out of it. I think it is an amazing film, and one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It is a must see.

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Alan Morgan

An excellent documentary about the life of Michael Jackson. I was born and raised in Detroit, so I really connected with this movie. It's a love story between Michael and his family, and the story of how he learned to play the piano. It's a great story that everyone can relate to. The reason I give it an 8 is because the music is somewhat over the top, but I understand that it's a documentary and Michael Jackson was an amazing singer. This is a movie you will not forget.

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This is a movie that should have been made into a TV series. It is very well done. The story is interesting, and I can't wait to see what happens next. I also appreciate the way that the director (the same one who directed "A Walk to Remember") has kept the movie in the same time frame. The actors and actresses are really good, especially the main actress. The director has done a really good job of showing the life of the children and how the parents treat them. The director has done a great job of showing the things that are good about the family and the things that are bad about the family. I am going to give this movie an 8 out of 10, because I was really happy with it. I think it is a very good movie, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes movies.

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Mildred Murray

The documentary "The Love of the Game" was produced by the NFL to help with the concussion crisis. It was shown on the NFL Network and it was a really good documentary. I was glad that they did a good job. The thing that really made this documentary great was that it showed the good and the bad of the game. I was a fan of the game and I really enjoyed the documentary. It was a great show and it was nice to see that the NFL and the NFL Network did a good job with it. The thing that I really liked about this documentary was that it showed that the game is a business and the people that are involved in the game do what they have to do to make a profit. The documentary also showed that the NFL is doing everything they can to protect their players and the people who are playing the game. The documentary also showed that the people who play the game are not always the best people and they do what they have to do to make a profit. I think that the NFL Network did a good job with this documentary and I would recommend it to anyone that is interested in the game of football.

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Peter E.

I found this film at a local library, and I'm glad I did. It's a very interesting documentary about a group of people who are trying to get a book published. They are a bunch of people who are passionate about writing and about getting the word out about their writing. They are also a bunch of people who are passionate about the people who are writing their stories. They have a whole lot of fun and are really happy to be doing this. It's a good documentary, and I'm glad I found it.

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Douglas Delgado

This is an excellent documentary, showing how a single-parent family can go from being the center of attention to a forgotten corner of the community. The movie is also insightful in showing the problems facing single mothers and the problems facing single fathers. But what makes this film so effective is the way it portrays the problem with a sense of humor. The viewer never feels as though they are watching a serious documentary. As one character says, "It's a funny movie, but not a serious one."

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Jack Vasquez

It was a very good documentary. I don't think it would have been as good if it was not in German. I'm not a fan of the German language but this documentary was interesting and fun to watch. I think it would be better if the movie was subtitled and not in English. I think this would make it more interesting and more human.