Mr. Malcolm’s ListPG

Directed by Emma Holly Jones | UK | 2022 | 1h 58m | Starring Freida Pinto, Sope Dirisu, Zawe Ashton, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Ashley Park

In 19th-century London, a young woman helps a friend to get revenge on a suitor who rejected her for failing a requirement on his list of qualifications for a bride. But could retribution result in romance? A handsomely entertaining and undeniably charming Regency period drama adapted from Suzanne Allain’s popular novel.

Reviews

‘The course of true love may not run entirely smooth, but it also couldn’t be more charming to watch’
★★★★
Carly Lane, Collider

‘The charming performances make this a win for colourblind casting. On the list of period romcom requirements, the sweet love story ticks all the right boxes.’
★★★★
Amon Warmann, Empire Magazine

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