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Encyclopedia > Restoration (movie)

Restoration is a 1995 film which tells the story of a doctor on the staff of King Charles II of England, who is ordered to marry the King's mistress, but finds himself falling in love with her. It stars Robert Downey Jr., Sam Neill, David Thewlis, Polly Walker, Meg Ryan, Ian McKellen, Hugh Grant and Ian McDiarmid.


The movie was adapted by Rupert Walters from the novel by Rose Tremain. It was directed by Michael Hoffman.


It won Academy Awards for Best Art Direction-Set Decoration and Best Costume Design.


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Restoration (film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (150 words)
Restoration is a 1995 film which tells the story of a doctor on the staff of King Charles II of England, who is ordered to marry the King's mistress, but finds himself falling in love with her.
Throughout the story, set against the backdrop of the London plague, the young doctor matures and eventually becomes a father.
The movie was adapted by Rupert Walters from the novel by Rose Tremain.
Restoration at AllExperts (378 words)
** In the History of England the term Restoration has a specific meaning in as much as it is used to describe the process whereby Charles II regained the English throne after the Parliamentarian rule in the wake of the English Civil War.
* In telecommunications, restoration is action taken to repair and return to service one or more telecommunications services, including repair of a damaged or impaired telecommunications facility, that have a degraded quality of service or have a service outage.
Restoration may be done by various means, such as patching, routing, substitution of component parts, or selecting other pathways.
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