• Synopsis
  • Reviews
  • Credits
  • Synopsis

    Blues diva turned derelict Maggie Sheridan is trying to get her life back on track while staying with longtime family friend Sir Charles Stafford.

    One night art thieves break into the main house and Sir Charles is murdered while trying to prevent them from stealing the one treasure that is sacred to him: the portrait of his dead wife. When the police fail to catch the thieves Maggie decides to take matters into her own hands. Maggie reenters the world as a countess and shady art dealer but finds more than she bargained for in the labyrinth of stolen art.

  • Reviews

    The incomparable Helen Mirren is washed-up blues singer Maggie Sheridan, living on an estate in Ireland where she has been rescued from heroin addiction by faithful childhood friend Sebastian Stafford (a beautiful performance by Iain Glen).

    The magic in Painted Lady is acting, writing, and directing.

    New York Magazine/Vulture, John Leonard

  • Credits

    Helen Mirren
    Maggie Sheridan
    Iain Glen
    Sebastian Stafford
    Franco Nero
    Robert Tassi
    Michael Maloney
    Oliver Peel
    Lesley Manville
    Susie Peel
    Iain Cuthbertson
    Charles Stafford
    Barry Barnes
    D.S. Fagan
    Michael Liebman
    Bryan Gavin
    John Kavanagh
    Michael Longley
    Sally Ann Barber
    Grace Boyle
    John Cormack
    Sam Douglas
    Karl Geary
    Aiden Finnegan
    Roland Gift
    Eddie Mullen
    Peter Gunn
    Geoff Bentham
    Chooi Kheng-Beh
    Chan Mingkai
    Lorelei King
    Gregory McFarnon
    Young Robert Tassi
    Don Paul
    Robert Portal
    Gabriel Thomson
    Young Sebastian
    Judi Trott
    Barbara Stafford
    Rupert Vansittart
    Henry Fellows
    Kal Weber
    American Boy
    Angus Wright
    Young Charles Stafford
    Julian Jarrold
    Allan Cubitt
    Emma Burge
    Peter Middleton



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