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Once-popular opera diva Jean Horton (Maggie Smith) creates a stir with her arrival at Beecham House, a home for retired performers. No one feels the uproar more than Reginald (Tom Courtenay), Jean's ex-husband, who still stings from her long-ago infidelity. Most of the other Beecham residents are delighted, and try to convince Jean to join them in a performance of ``Rigoletto.'' Jean, however, knows that she is long past her prime and is reluctant to sully the memory of her once-lovely voice.
  • Genres: Comedy drama
  • Running Time: 99 minutes
  • Release Date: Tuesday, January 1, 2013
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13 [ Brief Strong Language, Suggestive Humor ]
  • Starring: Maggie Smith [Jean Horton], Tom Courtenay [Reggie Paget], Billy Connolly [Wilf Bond], Pauline Collins [Cissy Robson], Michael Gambon [Cedric Livingston], Sheridan Smith [Dr. Lucy Cogan], Andrew Sachs [Bobby Swanson], Gwyneth Jones [Anne Langley], Trevor Peacock [George], David Ryall [Harry], Michael Byrne [Frank White], Ronnie Fox [Nobby], Patricia Loveland [Letitia Davis], Eline Powell [Angelique], Luke Newberry [Simon]
  • Directed by: Dustin Hoffman [Director], Ronald Harwood [Screenwriter], Finola Dwyer [Producer], Stewart Mackinnon [Producer], Jamie Laurenson [Executive Producer], Dario Suter [Executive Producer], Christoph Daniel [Executive Producer], Marc Schmidheiny [Executive Producer], Dickon Stainer [Executive Producer], Xavier Marchand [Executive Producer], Dustin Hoffman [Executive Producer], John de Borman [Cinematographer], Barney Pilling [Film Editor], Dario Marianelli [Original Music], Andrew McAlpine [Production Design], Ben Smith [Art Director], Sarah Wittle [Set Decoration], Odile Dicks-Mireaux [Costume Designer], Lucy Bevan [Casting]
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