Jim Broadbent's New Movies

The Lady in the Van0%The Lady in the Van
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1:44:00

Storyline:In the 1970s, Camden Town has an extraordinary history: In the London borough, inhabited mostly by wealthy old-leftists, an eccentric, homeless old lady named Miss Shepherd (Maggie Smith) wants her broken van in the driveway by playwright Alan Bennetts ( Alex Jennings) Park property - after being banned by the city to continue to park on streets. Bennett agrees, but the car's "short" parking turns into fifteen long years when Miss Shepherd lives in her van in front of Bennett's house. The unexpected neighborhood brings some problems, because Miss Shepherd is ungrateful, has an unpleasant body odor and likes to spread their trash on the street. But Mr. Bennett does not have the heart to deport the lady ...

Bridget Jones's Baby0%Bridget Jones's Baby
7Our
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1:58:00

Storyline:Her relationship with Mark Darcy (Colin Firth) has long since collapsed. Since then, Bridget Jones (Renée Zellweger) focuses on her career as a producer. She enjoys her single life and surrounds herself with old as well as new friends. For the first time in her life, the Chaotin seems to have everything under control - until it upsets an encounter with the charming American Jack Qwant (Patrick Dempsey). It sparks between them and the two spend a night together. And just a week later, Bridget spontaneously gets involved in another craze - with her ex-mark. It would not be all that wild if she did not realize a few months later that she was pregnant and her doctor (Emma Thompson) has no clue who the offspring is from. The men in question each as a daddy does not bother that, they both vie for Bridget ...

The Sense of an Ending0%The Sense of an Ending
8Our
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1:48:00

Storyline:Tony Webster (Jim Broadbent) is a seemingly normal man. Divorced and retired, he lives a relatively unspectacular life. But one day, the shadow of his past catches up with him and he suddenly faces a mysterious legacy: a diary, led by Tony's former best friend, who later dated Tony's girlfriend at university time, Veronica Ford (Charlotte Rampling), who owns the written Memories are now. The deeper he digs in his past, the more Tony begins to question his past life. And everything comes back: the first love, the broken heart, deceit, guilt and remorse. Tony comes to a point where he has to take responsibility for the grueling consequences of deeds he committed long ago ...