Goodbye Christopher Robin

Goodbye Christopher Robin

By Simon Curtis

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2017-09-29
  • Advisory Rating: PG
  • Runtime: 1h 47min
  • Director: Simon Curtis
  • Production Company: Fox Searchlight Pictures
  • Production Country: United Kingdom
  • iTunes Price: GBP 7.99
From 227 Ratings


Get a rare glimpse into the relationship between author A.A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson), creator of the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh stories, and his young son Christopher Robin (Will Tilston). The international success of the books that enchanted the world comes at a cost to the author, his son, and his wife Daphne (Margot Robbie), in this moving story about success and family.



  • Beautiful

    By Adelaide
    I had to pause the film to wipe away my tears
  • Bonzibones

    By Bonzi bones
    Brilliant film a must watch :)
  • Simply Beautiful!

    By BrownApple1
    Highly recommend!
  • Sad story

    By Michelleburl
    I wasn’t expecting to see such an unhappy and sad film. The story was so sad. Poor Christopher’s parents weren’t particularly good parents or even interested much in him, thank god he had a kind and loving nanny! His mother was a selfish, conceited woman who clearly resented her son and wanted a daughter. The father was clearly battling PTSD and a frustrated writer. I enjoyed the moments Christopher had with his father no matter how fleeting they were, I truly believed his father loved him but struggled to show it. The actors are excellent and I enjoyed watching the story unfold. I’ll never look at Winnie The Pooh quite the same without a sense of sadness for the real Christopher Robin!
  • Beautiful film

    By sputnik2
    Really enjoyed this film, not only does it look stunning but the story really draws you in, the characters are fanastically acted and yes it does bring a tear to your eye. Thoroughly recommend it.
  • I haven’t watched this yet but wondering why is is an 18???

    By Wee peggylexy
    Why have iTunes made this an 18 ??
  • 😥

    By Seb Sandford
    The film was just beautiful and made me cry all the way to the end. I love A A Milne and the Winnie the Pooh stories from when I was a boy. Beautifully well told. Seb Sandford