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07 May

Robin’s son, Jonathan, produced, which gives the film an unassailable nobility and the ring of truth — but veracity and good intentions don’t always translate to compelling cinema.

For starters, Serkis rushes through the budding romance between Robin and Diana — a meet-cute at a cricket match, a drive in the country — before they’re married and living in Kenya, where Robin contracts the disease.

For a movie called “Breathe,” Andy Serkis’ directorial debut is curiously airless — or maybe just quintessentially British, all stiff upper lip and light on emoting.

But this is emotional stuff: It’s the true story of Robin (Andrew Garfield) and Diana (Claire Foy) Cavendish, who triumphed over a devastating polio diagnosis for Robin in 1958 that was predicted to leave him bedridden, paralyzed and then dead in a matter of months.

When we started season two, I think everyone was a bit like, oh god, we can’t figure out the chemistry of why it was good in the first place. It does make you kind of go, what we should do differently this time?

And it was an even bigger night for Claire Foy, who won the SAG Award for Outstanding Female Actor in a Drama Series for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II, edging out some seriously stiff competition to take home the trophy.

Season 2 — which will cover 1955 through 1963 in the life of Queen Elizabeth II (Claire Foy) — arrives on the streaming service Dec. The second season starts with the embarrassing Suez Crisis, where British forces invaded Egypt and were forced to withdraw under pressure from the United States and the USSR, the world's true powers at the time.

It continues through the downfall of her third Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan, amidst a storm of humiliating scandals.

Serkis does excel at the beautiful moments: a slow dance against a Kenyan sunset, an impromptu roadside fiesta in Spain, the joy on Robin’s face as he takes his first spin on the chair.

I left dry-eyed but charmed — a nice change of pace in this often gloom-filled movie season.