The Lost Prince (2003)
as Queen Mary
as King George V
as Prince John [child]
as Prince John [adult]
as Prince George [child]
as Prince George [adult]
as Tsar Nicholas
Critic Reviews for The Lost Prince
Stephen Poliakoff delivers a visually sumptuous two-part drama that unfurls these seismic events through the innocent, idiot-savant eyes of a little boy in a sailor suit, witnessing, but excluded from, his family's trials.
The movie is a little boring. Jacques Derrida, you are already missed.
The Lost Prince, along with Shooting the Past and Perfect Strangers, also represents Poliakoff's contribution to the changing form of television drama.
Poliakoff does his royal subjects the favor of finding them human, even if not especially cuddly or even always very nice.
Poliakoff's script is scrupulous in its attention to the minutiae of the period and the quirks of a life lived in such exalted ignorance, yet the characters do not disappear in the detail, and it is rich in personality.
Audience Reviews for The Lost Prince
Oh that BBC! Another wonderful production. Moving. Inspiring. All around really well done biodrama. Tissues a must by the time it all wraps up...
Overlong drama is well made but far too leisurely paced. Miranda Richardson stands out.
Good movie. Cute little boy.
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