Our verdict: The Young Victoria.Byline: KAREN'S VERDICT
CRITIC: Karen McLauchlan, from Norton REVIEW: Beautifully shot and well worth a watch, the love story of The Young Victoria and Prince Albert Prince Albert, city (1991 pop. 34,181), central Sask., Canada, on the North Saskatchewan River. Prince Albert is a commercial and distribution center for a lumbering, gold- and uranium-mining, and mixed-farming area. There are wood-products and meatpacking industries. is a royal romance that really tugs at the heartstrings.
While the elderly Queen
Victoria has graced the screen many times, Emily Blunt's portrayal of the early years of the monarch's reign makes for a very different kind of movie.
Brought together in the eye of a political storm in 19th century Britain, the story focuses on her romance with Prince Albert and her transition from teenager Teenager
See also Adolescence.
high-school senior has problems with girls and his father. [Am. Drama: O’Neill Ah, Wilderness! in Sobel, 15]
teenaged film character of the 1940s. [Am. to national sovereign.
Despite a life of privilege, Victoria is lonely and easy prey for charming men. While Prime Minister Lord Melbourne (Paul Bettany Paul Bettany (born May 27, 1971) is an English actor best known for his roles as Geoffrey Chaucer in A Knight's Tale, Charles Herman in A Beautiful Mind, Stephen Maturin in , Peter Colt in Wimbledon and as Silas in The Da Vinci Code. ), flatters and advises Victoria, it is Albert who captures her heart.
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