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McKellen: Playing the Part

M Documentary

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Synopsis

AVAILABLE TO RENT OR BUY ON DIGITAL, JANUARY 16:

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Theatre Actor. Film Star. Political Activist.  Inspirational Teacher. 

Discover the life story of Sir Ian McKellen, as told by the man himself in this feature-length documentary.  The legend shares his personal stories and thoughts – from his childhood to present day – as well as a wealth of never-before-seen material.  Private photo albums, diaries written when he was 12, and behind-the-scenes footage from theatre productions and movies complete this intimate and intriguing journey.

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"Beguiling," - The Times

"An intimate enthralling look at the life of a legend," - Time Out

"An absolute treat," - Empire Magazine

Release Date 27 September 2018
Running Time 1hr 37m
Rating M | Mature
Cast Ian McKellen, Scott Chambers, Luke Evans, Milo Parker
Director Joe Stephenson

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