A Royal Affair
Drama • R • 2012 • 2 hr 17 min
Amazing performance by everyone involved. Engaging, original story. A must-watch.
Loved the cinematography and the colours used in the movie. A really good movie with a fine Mads Mikkelsen in it. Would recommend.
Terrifically cast, a decent historical period drama.
I just love Mads, watch it if you love him too. If not. Watch it. Great movie.
Interesting story. Alicia Vikander and Mads Mikkelsen give great performances
On the sad side no doubt. No spoilers Google their Wikipedia if you want those. Pretty true to historical events. Beautiful but tragic story
Tears were shed. Amazing acting all round. Beautiful film.
Great story and acting. Somewhat predictable and lacking originality however.
Very good as it teaches about events in history that i never knew before. These people happened to be too ahead of their time. worth a watch
Quality period piece based off historical events.
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