Victoria & Abdul Script

Director:Stephen Frears
Written by:Shrabani Basu (Writer), Lee Hall (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Queen Victoria strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young Indian clerk named Abdul Karim.

Prick Up Your Ears Script

Director:Stephen Frears
Written by:Alan Bennett (Writer), John Lahr (Novel)

Script Synopsis:This film is the story of the spectacular life and violent death of British playwright Joe Orton.

My Beautiful Laundrette Script

Director:Stephen Frears
Written by:Hanif Kureishi (Author)

Script Synopsis:MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDRETTE is a highly acclaimed and beautifully rendered portrait of two boyhood friends struggling to survive in racially tense Thatcher-era Britain. Omar, a homosexual Pakistani boy living in London with his alcoholic father, lifts a chunk of drug money from another Pakistani and, with his school chum Johnny, decides to renovate a grungy laundrette.

Liam Script

Director:Stephen Frears

Script Synopsis:A morality tale of xenophobia, religious prejudice, mob violence, poverty, and their effect on two children in Liverpool during the Depression. When a shipyard closes, Liam and Teresa's dad loses his job. Liam, who's about 8, making his first Holy Communion, gets a regular dose of fire and brimstone at church. Teresa, about 13, has a job as a maid to the Jewish family that owns the closed shipyard. The lady of that house is having an affair, and Teresa becomes an accomplice. Liam stutters terribly, especially when troubled. Dad comes under the sway of the Fascists, who blame cheap Irish labor and Jewish owners. A Molotov cocktail brings things to a head.

Dirty Pretty Things Script

Director:Stephen Frears
Written by:Steven Knight (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:An urban hotel in London is a gathering and flash point for legal and illegal immigrants attempting to cobble together their lives in a new country. The immigrants include Senay, a Turkish woman, and a Nigerian doctor named Okwe who is working as a night porter at the hotel. The pair discover the hotel is a front for all sorts of clandestine activities. Their only wish is to avoid possible deportation. Okwe becomes more entangled in the goings on when he is called to fix a toilet in one of the rooms. He discovers the plumbing has been clogged by a human heart.

Philomena Script

Director:Stephen Frears
Written by:Steve Coogan (Screenplay), Jeff Pope (Screenplay), Martin Sixsmith (Novel)

Script Synopsis:A woman searches for her adult son, who was taken away from her decades ago when she was forced to live in a convent.

Mary Reilly Script

Director:Stephen Frears
Written by:Christopher Hampton (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:A housemaid falls in love with Dr. Jekyll and his darkly mysterious counterpart, Mr. Hyde.

The Hi-Lo Country Script

Director:Stephen Frears
Written by:Max Evans (Novel), Walon Green (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:An intimate story of the enduring bond of friendship between two hard-living men, set against a sweeping backdrop: the American West, post-World War II, in its twilight. Pete and Big Boy are masters of the prairie, but ultimately face trickier terrain: the human heart.

The Queen

Director:Stephen Frears
Written by:Peter Morgan (Author)

Script Synopsis:The Queen is an intimate behind the scenes glimpse at the interaction between HM Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Tony Blair during their struggle, following the death of Diana, to reach a compromise between what was a private tragedy for the Royal family and the public's demand for an overt display of mourning.

Dangerous Liaisons

Director:Stephen Frears
Written by:Choderlos de Laclos (Author), Christopher Hampton (Screenplay), Choderlos de Laclos (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Dangerous Liaisons is the film based on the novel of the same name by Choderlos de Laclos set in 18th century France. Marquise de Merteuil’s asks her ex-lover Vicomte de Valmont to seduce the future wife of another ex-lover of hers in return for one last night with her. Yet things don’t go as planned in this love triangle drama.