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Blu-ray Review - Tea with the Dames


I can't think of a movie more perfectly suited for a Sunday afternoon matinee than "Tea with the Dames." It's a film about friendship, camaraderie, and memory, taking viewers to the English countryside to spend 80 minutes with Judi Dench, Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith, and Eileen Atkins as they discuss themselves and others for director Roger Michell. While not without some moments of gravity, "Tea with the Dames" is as delicious as its sounds, breezing through easy banter that's been in play for decades, with cameras capturing a friendship among actresses that's developed with care and respect. Michell knows what he's doing here, wisely getting out of the way as the Dames feel around for topics, digging up personal history as they discuss their lives, offering fascinating perspectives and triggering unexpected bellylaughs along the way. Read the rest at


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