RARE footage from the Royal Archives feature in a new documentary about Queen Elizabeth II.
ELIZABETH: A Portrait in Parts, is a nostalgic, uplifting and modern documentary about arguably the greatest British monarch of all time and longest-serving female head of state in history.
For the last nine decades, Queen Elizabeth II has been entrenched in our collective consciousness: instantly recognisable, yet elusively and perpetually unknowable.
Thanks to extraordinary access to rare footage, Elizabeth is a cinematic celebration of an icon that reveals a unique glimpse of the woman behind the legend.
From the famed director of Notting Hill and Tea with the Dames, Roger Michell, this documentary is a must for Royal watchers and those seeking a glimpse into the life of an extraordinary woman whose unwavering devotion to her life's duty is unrivalled.
Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts (Madman Entertainment) in cinemas nationally from April 21.