Movie The Iron Lady

Original Title: The Iron Lady
Director: Phyllida Lloyd
Screenwriter: Michael Hirst, Abi Morgan
Producer/s: Franois Ivernel, Adam Kulick, Cameron McCracken, Tessa Ross
Film Editing by: Elliot Davis
Wardrobe: Consolata Boyle
Nationality : United States
Genre : Biography | Drama
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THE IRON LADY is a surprising and intimate portrait of an extraordinary woman. Loved and loathed in equal measure, Margaret Thatcher is an iconic figure on the world stage – the first and only female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and one of the 20th century’s most famous and influential women.

London, 2008. In her well-appointed apartment, the elderly former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher prepares breakfast for her husband Denis, as she has every morning of their married life. It’s not until Margaret’s personal aide bustles in that we see that Margaret sits at the table alone. Denis is alive only in her imagination.

Once described in life as “always present, never there”, Denis is still present for Margaret. Is he a loving memory made flesh? A manifestation of her grief? Or perhaps her conscience, taking her to

Locked in the infuriating inaction of retirement and battling ill health, Margaret is ambushed by memories. Fragments of her private life and of her premiership crowd in to her mind and she relives them in vivid detail. As she struggles to maintain her equilibrium, Denis teases and needles her. The struggle, the triumphs, the betrayals - in the end, what did she achieve? When all is said and done, was it worth it?

THE IRON LADY is the story of a woman who came from nowhere to smash through barriers of gender and class to be heard in a male dominated world. It is a film about power and the price that is paid for power, a story that is both unique and universal. THE IRON LADY stars Academy Award-winners Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher and Jim Broadbent as her husband, Denis.


Meryl Streep ..... Margaret Thatcher
Jim Broadbent ..... Denis Thatcher
Anthony Head ..... Geoffrey Howe
Richard E. Grant ..... Michael Heseltine
Roger Allam ..... Gordon Reece
Harry Lloyd ..... Young Denis Thatcher
Olivia Colman ..... Carol
Nick Dunning ..... James prior
Julian Wadham ..... Francis Pym
Alexandra Roach ..... Young Margaret Thatcher
Hugh Ross ..... Christopher Soames
Russell Balogh ..... Margaret Thatcher's Driver - 1990's
Michael Pennington ..... Michael Foot
Mary Robinson ..... Downing Street Staff
David Westhead ..... MacDermott