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Goodbye Christopher Robin
- Domhnall Gleeson

Overview - This historical drama details the relationship between children's author A.A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) and his son Christopher Robin (played at various ages by Will Tilston and Alex Lawther), which was changed forever when Milne used his child and his stuffed animals as inspirations for the Winnie the Pooh stories.  Read more...

 
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This historical drama details the relationship between children's author A.A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) and his son Christopher Robin (played at various ages by Will Tilston and Alex Lawther), which was changed forever when Milne used his child and his stuffed animals as inspirations for the Winnie the Pooh stories. As the fanciful tales bring hope to England in the wake of World War I, the family deal with fame and unwanted attention. Directed by Simon Curtis. Margot Robbie, Kelly MacDonald, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge co-star.

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    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Color Format: (unknown/unconverted)
  • UPC: 024543435570
  • Genre: Family
  • Rating: PG (MPAA)
  • Release Date: May 2018

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas
Movies > Biography

Related Keywords:
Family Interaction
Epic
Historical
Family Life
Fantasy Worlds
Biographical

 
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4 stars out of 5 -- "A witty and touching father-son tale. And at its centre: a startling debut from Will Tilston, whose compelling performance ensures its emotional moments land successfully." - 09/21/2017 Empire


"[G]loriously lovely....Gleeson strives for depth, portraying Milne as a survivor of 'the war to end all wars' easily triggered by loud noises and bright lights." - 09/20/2017 Variety


4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t skips nimbly between light and dark, war and peace, like a young boy finding his way through an English wood, albeit one drenched with shafts of sugary, Spielbergian light." - 10/01/2017 The Guardian


"[A] honey-hued but brittle-edged drama about the English author A.A. Milne and the emotional price he paid for his most enduring literary creation." - 10/12/2017 Los Angeles Times

 
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