Downton Abbey, the luxurious mansion of the Crowley family, prepares to receive the most illustrious guests who have ever set foot in the place: King George V and Queen Mary of England. Faced with the challenge of offering a banquet and a parade at the height of the guests, Lady Mary asks Carson to return to lead the servitude to success. However, this visit will unleash all kinds of scandals, romances and intrigues that could endanger the future of Downton and its inhabitants. The television phenomenon of Downton Abbey makes the leap to the cinema of the hand of its creator, Michael Engler (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt). Engler turns his most acclaimed series into his debut for the big screen, a period drama that keeps the ingredients that turned this universe of luxury and scandals set in the early twentieth century into a show so often that it influenced aspects such as resurgence of the academies of butlers, alcohol consumption habits, the economy and even tourism. Class differences, political intrigues and love relationships continue to be the main attractions in this film that, since the drama, follows the aristocracy and servitude of the time. On this occasion, the visit of the kings of England is the excuse to release all the pomp and purely British boato in one last and exciting look at the life of these venerated characters. Matthew Goode (Allies), Oscar-winning Maggie Smith (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2), Michelle Dockery (The meaning of an ending), Oscar nominee Elizabeth McGovern (The Good Wife) or Jim Carter (Mi week with Marilyn) return once again to the spectacular Edwardian country house of Highclere Castle.