Hyde Park on Hudson

Hyde Park on Hudson

"The President. The First Lady. The King. The Queen. The Mother. The Mistress...One weekend would unite two great nations...After cocktails of course."
  • R
  • 2012
  • 5.9  (11,273)
  • 55

The film "Hyde Park on Hudson" delves into the complex private life of one of the United States' most revered presidents, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The movie focuses on the perspective of Roosevelt's distant cousin, Daisy, who resides nearby the Roosevelts' private residence, which belongs to Roosevelt's mother, in Hyde Park, New York. Daisy and Franklin begin a fascinating relationship that highlights a popular president's private life through the eyes of a naive and star-struck relative. Hyde Park on Hudson takes place at a fascinating time historically for the United States. Much of the film focuses on the weekend of a highly important visit of Britain's King George and his wife, Queen Elizabeth, to Hyde Park to see Roosevelt and his wife, Eleanor, not long before World War II would break out in Europe. The King and Queen must make the difficult choice to ask the U.S. President for assistance in the upcoming war against Germany. The intricate dynamics between these famous characters of twentieth century history will play a significant role in the war that modern audiences know is soon to come. Hyde Park on Hudson features an outstanding cast, with Bill Murray playing Roosevelt and Laura Linney as Daisy, two masterful actors in some of their best film performances. Bill Murray has been nominated for a Golden Globe for best performance by an actor in a musical or comedy for his performance as Roosevelt. The lush scenery of upstate New York, the depiction of the inner workings of the president's residence, and the insight into the relationships between foreign leaders, the press, and the public serve to highlight the unique moment in world history in which the film is set. The film manages to combine light comedy, the drama of human relationships, fascinating history, and an insider's look into the life of an American president, making it a must-see movie.

Hyde Park on Hudson
Hyde Park On Hudson
Hyde Park On Hudson

Trailer - 2 min 36 sec

Hyde Park On Hudson: You Take Very Good Care Of Me
Hyde Park On Hudson: You Take Very Good Care Of Me

Clip - 35 sec

Hyde Park On Hudson: Dinner Party
Hyde Park On Hudson: Dinner Party

Clip - 1 min 1 sec

Hyde Park On Hudson: I'd Be Proud
Hyde Park On Hudson: I'd Be Proud

Clip - 39 sec

Hyde Park On Hudson: Roger Michell On The Film
Hyde Park On Hudson: Roger Michell On The Film

Behind the Scenes - 29 sec

Hyde Park On Hudson: I'd Be Nervous Too
Hyde Park On Hudson: I'd Be Nervous Too

Clip - 45 sec

Description
The film "Hyde Park on Hudson" delves into the complex private life of one of the United States' most revered presidents, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The movie focuses on the perspective of Roosevelt's distant cousin, Daisy, who resides nearby the Roosevelts' private residence, which belongs to Roosevelt's mother, in Hyde Park, New York. Daisy and Franklin begin a fascinating relationship that highlights a popular president's private life through the eyes of a naive and star-struck relative.

Hyde Park on Hudson takes place at a fascinating time historically for the United States. Much of the film focuses on the weekend of a highly important visit of Britain's King George and his wife, Queen Elizabeth, to Hyde Park to see Roosevelt and his wife, Eleanor, not long before World War II would break out in Europe. The King and Queen must make the difficult choice to ask the U.S. President for assistance in the upcoming war against Germany. The intricate dynamics between these famous characters of twentieth century history will play a significant role in the war that modern audiences know is soon to come.

Hyde Park on Hudson features an outstanding cast, with Bill Murray playing Roosevelt and Laura Linney as Daisy, two masterful actors in some of their best film performances. Bill Murray has been nominated for a Golden Globe for best performance by an actor in a musical or comedy for his performance as Roosevelt.

The lush scenery of upstate New York, the depiction of the inner workings of the president's residence, and the insight into the relationships between foreign leaders, the press, and the public serve to highlight the unique moment in world history in which the film is set. The film manages to combine light comedy, the drama of human relationships, fascinating history, and an insider's look into the life of an American president, making it a must-see movie.

Hyde Park on Hudson is a 2012 comedy. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.9 and a MetaScore of 55.

Hyde Park on Hudson is available to watch, stream, download and buy on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Google Play, Apple TV, YouTube VOD and Vudu. Some platforms allow you to rent Hyde Park on Hudson for a limited time or purchase the movie and download it to your device.

  • Release Date
    2012
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.9  (11,273)
  • Metascore
    55