The Invisible Woman, bio-drama, rated R, Regal DeVargas, 3 chiles
She was 18 when they met, an aspiring actress in a theatrical family. He was 46, married, and one of the most famous men in the world. Victoria was queen, and England was a strait-laced place, at least on its surface and in its conventions. As the great man slowly found himself falling in love with the innocent teenager, he knew he was slipping into a world of trouble and hurt.
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