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Nowhere Boy (2009)

Kristin Scott Thomas as "Mimi Smith"

A rebellious teenager, future Beatle John Lennon (Aaron Johnson) lives with his Aunt Mimi (Kristin Scott Thomas) in working-class Liverpool, England. Mimi's husband suddenly dies, and John spies his mother, Julia (Anne-Marie Duff), at the funeral. Despite Mimi's misgivings, John intends to have a real relationship with his mother. Julia introduces him to popular music and the banjo and, though a family conflict looms, young Lennon is inspired to form his own band.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (2009) Nominated Supporting Actress

I've Loved You So Long (2008)

Kristin Scott Thomas as "Juliette"

After serving 15 years in prison for killing her young son, Juliette (Kristin Scott Thomas) moves in with her younger sister, Lea (Elsa Zylberstein). Though Lea has built a comfortable family life in the years since Juliette went away, she is still affected by her sister's terrible crime. Meanwhile, world-weary Juliette attempts to get past the years of estrangement and reconnect with Lea.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (2008) Nominated Leading Actress
Golden Globe (2008) Nominated Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama

Gosford Park (2001)

Kristin Scott Thomas as "Lady Sylvia McCordle"

Robert Altman, one of America's most distinctive filmmakers, journeys to England for the first time to create a unique film mosaic with an outstanding ensemble cast. Set in the 1930's, "Gosford Park" brings a group of pretentious rich and famous together for a weekend of relaxation at a hunting resort. But when a murder occurs, each one of these interesting characters becomes a suspect.

Screen Actors Guild Awards (2001) Won Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

The English Patient (1996)

Kristin Scott Thomas as "Katharine Clifton"

The sweeping expanses of the Sahara are the setting for a passionate love affair in this adaptation of Michael Ondaatje's novel. A badly burned man, Laszlo de Almasy (Ralph Fiennes), is tended to by a nurse, Hana (Juliette Binoche), in an Italian monastery near the end of World War II. His past is revealed through flashbacks involving a married Englishwoman (Kristin Scott Thomas) and his work mapping the African landscape. Hana learns to heal her own scars as she helps the dying man.

Academy Award (1996) Nominated Best Actress
British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1996) Nominated Actress in a Leading Role
Golden Globe (1996) Nominated Best Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama
Screen Actors Guild Awards (1996) Nominated Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

Kristin Scott Thomas as "Fiona (Wedding one)"

Lovable Englishman Charles (Hugh Grant) and his group of friends seem to be unlucky in love. When Charles meets a beautiful American named Carrie (Andie MacDowell) at a wedding, he thinks his luck may have changed. But, after one magical night, Carrie returns to the States, ending what might have been. As Charles and Carrie's paths continue to cross -- over a handful of nuptials and one funeral -- he comes to believe they are meant to be together, even if their timing always seems to be off.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1994) Won Actress in a Supporting Role

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