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Emma Thompson leads an all-star cast as the governess who uses magic to tame a widower’s seven unruly children.
Comedy 2005 98 mins
Director: Kirk Jones
Emma Thompson stars as the titular governess, employed to tame a widower’s seven unruly children, who turns ever more beautiful the more magic she performs.
Based on the Nurse Matilda series of books, Nanny McPhee was a surprise smash upon its release and remains an enduring family favourite. Its all-star cast includes Colin Firth, Angela Lansbury, Celia Imrie, Imelda Staunton, Derek Jacobi and Kelly Macdonald.
- Kirk Jones
- Emma ThompsonColin FirthImelda Staunton
- United Kingdom
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