Mrs. Brown

Mrs. Brown (1997)

3 corrected entries

Corrected entry: When the royal servants are sitting down to dinner, there are windows visible along both sides of the room. The Servants' Hall was always below stairs. Also, male and female servants sat at opposite sides of the table, not intermingled as they do in the film.

Correction: This film is not intended to be an historical documentary. As such it is considered a standard accepted movie convention for the filmmakers to alter the characteristics of a set, which is based on a real location, and to embellish storyline, such as the commingling of servants, for dramatic purposes. This is referred to as artistic license.

Super Grover

Corrected entry: Dame Judi writes with her right hand. Queen Victoria was left handed.

Correction: The filmmakers do not claim this film to be a historical documentary, and as such, they are not obligated to be factually accurate. It is a standard accepted movie convention to alter, add or disregard historical facts. This is called artistic license.

Super Grover

Corrected entry: Billy Connolly may look more sensible with a full beard, but in reality Brown had a shaved upper lip.

Correction: When filmmakers choose to change the physical appearance of an historical figure such as John Brown, it is a standard accepted movie convention. The filmmakers do not claim this film to be a historical documentary, and as such, they are not obligated to be factually accurate. This is referred to as artistic license.

Super Grover

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