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All Our Flaws

President Roosevelt assures the King of England, who stutters, that the public does not see all their flaws.

Themes: Leadership, Advice, Encouragement, Flaws, Imperfection, Disability, Appearances, Perception, Politics, Embarrassment, Persona, Identity, Insecurity, Self-Esteem, Mindfulness


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"Hyde Park On Hudson" movie clips poster

In 1930s Hudson Valley, Margaret “Daisy” Suckley is reacquainted with her distant cousin, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, to help him relax at his family estate. That aid soon develops into much more as they become lovers. That puts Daisy in a unique position as Roosevelt receives the King and Queen of Britain in 1939 for a visit. As the Royal couple copes with the President’s oddly plebeian arrangements, Daisy learns that there is far more to Roosevelt’s life than she realized. With the world about to be set ablaze by war, friendships are struck and perspectives are gained on that special weekend that would make all the difference with a great, but very human, president.

MPAA: Rated R for brief sexuality

Principal Cast: Bill Murray, Laura Linney, Olivia Williams

Director: Roger Michell

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