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Dame  was in good spirits as she posed alongside  at the European premiere of movie Allelujah during the 66th BFI London Film Festival at the Southbank Centre on Sunday.<br>The actress, 87, showcased her chic sense of style in all black attire as she draped an elaborately patterned black and gold scarf over her shoulder.<br>Fellow screen star Jennifer, 64, looked stylish in a black pinstripe suit, with the star wearing a long red and blue scarf to add a splash of colour to her look. <br>      (image:  )    Star power: Dame Judi Dench, 87, and Jennifer Saunders, 64, posed at the European premiere of movie Allelujah during the 66th BFI London Film Festival at the Southbank Centre on Sunday<br>She accessorised with a gold chain necklace with a large statement cross hanging at her front.<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                    Share this article Share 1.1k shares    Dame bandar judi online [ https://jandaqq.blogspot.com ] plays the character of Mary Moss is the film while Jennifer portrays Sister Gilpin.<br>The screenplay is an adaptation of Alan Bennett's play of the same name which premiered at the Bridge Theatre in London in 2018. <br>      (image:  )    In style: Dame Judi showcased her chic sense of style in all black attire as she draped an elaborately patterned black and gold scarf over her shoulder<br>      (image:  )    Strike a pose: Dame Judi wore a black top with a plunging neckline to go with the rest of her attire<br>      (image:  )        (image:  )  In the detail: The star wore a glitzy diamond necklace and smiled as she posed on the red carpet<br>      (image:  )    Fashion focus: Fellow screen star Jennifer looked stylish in a black pinstripe suit, with the star wearing a long red and blue scarf to add a splash of colour to her look<br>The flick tells a warm and deeply moving story about old age, with the threat of the closure of a geriatric ward at a small Yorkshire hospital causes upset among locals, prompting them to take action.<br>They invite a local news crew to film the preparations for a concert which is being put on to honour a distinguished nurse at the hospital.<br>The cast includes Russel Tovey, David Bradley, Derek Jacobi, Bally Gill, Gerard Horan, Jessica Baglow and Eileen Davies, with the movie set for release in February next year.<br>      (image:  )        (image:  )  Glitz: Jennifer accessorised with a gold chain necklace with a large statement cross hanging at her front while Dame Judi completed her look with a pair of black shoes<br>      (image:  )    Born to perform: Dame Judi plays the character of Mary Moss is the film while Jennifer portrays Sister Gilpin<br>      (image:  )    Cast: Dame Judi (right) is seen in character with co-star Bally Gill (left), director Sir Richard Eyre (second left) and Alan Bennet (second right), who wrote the play of the same name<br>      (image:  )    In character: Jennifer is seen in her nurses uniform as Sister Giplin in the film, which is set for release in February<br>Dame Judi said her upcoming film Allelujah speaks to the 'debt we owe' NHS staff.<br>The veteran actress stars in the story about surviving old age alongside Absolutely Fabulous star Jennifer Saunders and Harry Potter's David Bradley.<br>Based on the stage play by Alan Bennett and written by Call The Midwife screenwriter Heidi Thomas, the film was directed by Sir Richard Eyre.<br>Arriving with Dame Judi the films director Sir Richard Eyre, 76, said: 'It's really important because the film is about old age, how we all look after old people, whether they be parents or grandparents, and how the country looks after the health of the National Health Service.'<br>Dame Judi added: 'And the debt we owe them (NHS staff) too for doing it.'<br>      (image:  )    Background: The screenplay is an adaptation of Alan Bennett's play of the same name which premiered at the Bridge Theatre in London in 2018<br>      (image:  )    Telling the tale: The flick tells a warm and deeply moving story about old age, with the threat of the closure of a geriatric ward at a small Yorkshire hospital causes upset among locals<br>Speaking about her reasons for becoming involved in the project, Dame Judi said: 'Richard was my reason. And Alan (Bennett)...there were a lot of friends in it which is always very nice, a great luxury when you're filming to have a few mates around.<br>'Being friends, being with somebody who you admire who you work with, having the luxury of all being together, you don't have to go through that process of getting to know somebody, we already knew each other so it was a great ease.'<br>Jennifer said: 'Richard Eyre asked me too and I had just done a play with him and he's an amazing director so I completely trusted that he knew what it was doing.<br>'It's got amazing names and Judi Dench is in it, I mean what's not to love.<br>'Especially after the years that we've just been through and it's always in the news, what about social care and the NHS and I don't think it's ever not relevant.'<br>      (image:  )    Plot: Prompting them to take action, they invite a local news crew to film the preparations for a concert which is being put on to honour a distinguished nurse at the hospital<br>
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