This is a reunion that would make dream the fans of the series Game of Thrones, , which ended on Sunday. Almost four years after its epilogue, the series british cult Downton Abbey is reborn at the cinema. The feature-length film, promised at the end of the series, reveals its plot in a first trailer with dialogues.
The movie takes place two years after the end of the series which concluded on a happy ending general (marriage, babies, etc). We are in 1927, and it is the commotion of battle in the gorgeous home of Yorkshire. The aristocratic Crawley, and their servants will have to welcome within their walls the king George V and his wife Mary. This royal visit unexpected is a source of tensions: the staff of Buckingham Palace square his colleagues of Downton, and deprived of their prerogatives. The wind of panic, the eldest daughter of the earl and countess of Grantham, Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) asks the old butler Carson out of retirement.
The times of love
The coming of the crowned heads leaves thoughtful the younger generation. Then as the Roaring twenties draw on their end, the way of life centenary of Crawley, land-owners, does it still make sense? In the wake of the monarchs nest as potential lightning strikes. The old jack Thomas, whose homosexuality, illegal in the eyes of the law of the time, earned him a well of blackmail, steals a kiss. In the clip unveiled on Monday, Tom Branson, son of the Crawley’s and widower of youngest daughter, does not seem to be immune to the charms of the lady of company (Tuppence Middleton) close to the queen Lady Bagshow (Imelda Staunton).
designed by the creator of Downton Abbey, Julian Fellowes, this adventure which is directed by one of the directors of the series, Michael Engler, will be released in our cinemas on the 25th of September next. The film can count on the return of all its actors: Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael, Allen Leech, Robert James-Collier. Even Maggie Smith, who has never lost an opportunity to be surprised by the longevity of his sarcastic countess dowager Violet Crawley, has responded to this. His features also spirits, judging by his reply already worship: “I dispute not, I explain!”.