Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée
United Kingdom
Time : 1h42
Cast : Emily Blunt, Rupert Friend, Paul Bettany, Miranda Richardson, Jim Broadbent
Cinematography : Hagen Bogdanski
Screenplay : Julian Fellowes
Music : Ilan Eshkeri
Film editing : Jill Bilcock, Matt Garner
Production : Sarah Ferguson



Victoria has just turned 18 when she accedes to the throne in 1837. Brought up far away from court, she must try to distinguish between genuine friends and those pursuing their own ends. Her husband Albert will be an invaluable ally, helping her to establish herself as monarch. The very glamorous portrait of a compassionate and capable woman. 


Jean-Marc Vallée (1963-2021)

One of Canada’s most acclaimed film-makers. The critical and public success of his French-language films, Black List (1995) and C.R.A.Z.Y. (2005), opened up the doors to an international career. He made The Young Victoria (2009), Café de flore (2011), Dallas Buyers Club (2013), Wild (2014) and Demolition (2015), in addition to several series for the television network HBO, including Big Little Lies