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From The Crown to Dahmer: how TV drama started twisting history

In the 2006 film The Queen, Helen Mirren’s Elizabeth II turns to her prime minister, Tony Blair (Michael Sheen), and tells him: “Nowadays, people want glamour and tears, the grand performance. I’m not very good at that. I never have been. I prefer to keep my feelings to myself.” The scene was directed by Stephen Frears, and written by Peter Morgan, who would go on to create Netflix’s international hit series The Crown.

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