Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald, Stephen Campbell Moore, Alex Lawther, Richard McCabe, Nico Mirallegro, Geraldine Somerville, Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Story: Bio-drama directed by Simon Curtis based on the creation of the character Winnie the Pooh. The story centers on the relationship between the beloved children’s author author A. A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) and his son, Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh.

Along with his mother Daphne (Margot Robbie), and his nanny Olive (Kelly Macdonald), Christopher Robin and his family are swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales bringing hope and comfort to England after the First World War. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will the cost be to the family?

 

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Olive: [voice over] Once upon a time there was a great war that brought so much sadness to so many people, hardly anyone could remember what happiness was like. But something happened that changed all that. It helped us to believe in the good things, the fun things, and a world full of imagination. And then just like a tap you turned on happiness came pouring out.


 

[referring to their newborn son; to Olive]
A.A. Milne: His name is Christopher Robin, but we generally call him Billy.


 

Lady O: A toast. C.R. Milne.
Guests: C.R. Milne.


 

Christopher Robin: God bless mummy, God bless daddy, God bless you. Amen.
Olive: Forgotten someone?
Christopher Robin: Who?
Olive: Keep thinking.
Christopher Robin: Me! I forgot to bless me. God bless me.


 

Ernest: A toast to England’s funniest writer ready to put the smile back on our faces.


 

A.A. Milne: And what did we fight that war for?
Daphne Milne: Well it is over.
A.A. Milne: And what am I doing about it?
Ernest: You’re doing what you’re good at, writing plays.
A.A. Milne: I’ve had enough of making people laugh. I want to make them see. I need to get out of London, somewhere and trying to think for once.


 

Olive: [to Christopher] You’re going to live here, this is your new home.


 

Christopher Robin: Mummy says you’re writing a book, stop people going to war.
A.A. Milne: Hm.
Christopher Robin: I think your book is a jolly good idea.
A.A. Milne: You’re the only one who does.
Christopher Robin: I’d really like it if you wrote a book for me. I’d definitely read it.
A.A. Milne: Shall we go for a walk?
Christopher Robin: Aren’t you working?
A.A. Milne: It doesn’t seem likely.


 

Christopher Robin: Can you think of a good name for a donkey?
A.A. Milne: Eeyore.


 

[hearing the noise of bees]
A.A. Milne: They’ll be gone in a minute.
Christopher Robin: Bees are good aren’t they? They just want to make honey.
A.A. Milne: Yes, uh, I completely forgot about bees.


 

[referring to the sticks]
A.A. Milne: Which one would you like?
Christopher Robin: This one.
[they hold the sticks up by the edge of the bridge]
A.A. Milne: Same height please.
Christopher Robin: Go!
[they both drop the sticks into the river at the same time]


 

[referring to his toys]
Christopher Robin: Who’s your favorite?
A.A. Milne: I’ll have to go for the little one.
Christopher Robin: Piglet.
A.A. Milne: It has to be Piglet.


 

Christopher Robin: Are you writing a book? I thought we were just having fun.
A.A. Milne: We’re writing a book and we’re having fun.


 

Daphne Milne: [to Milne] Life is full of frightful things. The great thing is to find something to be happy about.


 

A.A. Milne: I think I’ve got something for us.


 

A.A. Milne: Ernest and I are putting your bear in a book. We’re putting you in it too.
Christopher Robin: What will you call me in the book?
A.A. Milne: Your real name, Christopher Robin.


 

Christopher Robin: [to Milne] Let’s be hunters in the snow. Come on, don’t get frost bite!


 

A.A. Milne: [to Ernest] The creatures in the story are toys. They’re toys, but the woods are real.


 

Ernest: Winnie the Pooh.
A.A. Milne: It’s rather…
Ernest: Inexplicable.
A.A. Milne: Yes.


 

Daphne Milne: [to Milne] Evening News has put Christopher on the front page.


 

Christopher Robin: Why does everyone like Winnie the Pooh so much?
Olive: After the war there was so much sadness, then Winnie the Pooh came along.


 

Christopher Robin: Shall we go to the woods?
A.A. Milne: I’ve got heaps of writing to do, I’m afraid.


 

Olive: [to Milne] He has to be allowed to grow up, he has to know he’s important.


 

[referring to Christopher]
A.A. Milne: Radio interview, newspaper interview. He can’t do all this.
Daphne Milne: He’s rather good at it.
A.A. Milne: He’s a little boy.


 

A.A. Milne: Come on then.
Christopher Robin: Where to?
A.A. Milne: Home I should think.

 

Goodbye Christopher Robin is set to open in the UK 09/29/2017 and US 10/13/2017.

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