Our Classics Revisited series looks back at the 2006 film The Queen, which won Helen Mirren an Oscar for playing Queen Elizabeth II and kickstarted a narrative cycle that Peter Morgan will conclude with the final season of The Crown.
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Our Classics Revisited series looks back at Peter Morgan's 2006 film The Queen. a movie that won Helen Mirren an Oscar and launched an exploration of the Royal Family that will ultimately conclude with The Crown'sfinal season.