You Can Watch Phoebe Dynevor's Only Film with 100% Rotten Tomatoes Score for Free Now

You Can Watch Phoebe Dynevor's Only Film with 100% Rotten Tomatoes Score for Free Now
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A bizarre movie about a bizarre pottery designer.


  • After the tremendous success of Bridgerton, Phoebe Dynevor continued to star on the small screen, but her career has expanded to feature films as well.
  • In 2021, the actress made her debut in the British biopic The Color Room.
  • The film has received incredibly warm reviews and is completely free to watch.

Although Phoebe Dynevor made her small-screen debut back in 2009, she certainly rose to fame after her role as Daphne in Netflix 's Bridgerton. Julia Quinn gave us one of the most memorable romantic stories of the Regency era, and with the vibrant performances of Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page, it had a special appeal that could rival any iteration of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy's romance. Unfortunately, we probably won't see either Page or Dynevor in Bridgerton's upcoming seasons, but that doesn't mean they don't have other exciting parts to play. Especially considering that Phoebe had another equally colorful period role.

Following her acclaimed performance in Bridgerton, the actress made her big screen debut in the 2021 biopic The Colour Room. Dynevor portrayed a passionate and iconoclastic woman whose revolutionary mindset and unwillingness to conform to the norms of a male-dominated society changed the approach to art and women's participation in the arts and crafts industry as a whole. Now is a great time to watch the film, as it's free on Amazon Freevee!

A Movie About the Most Bizarre Artist

The British biographical drama The Color Room was directed by Claire McCarthy, best known for the 2018 film Ophelia, starring Daisy Ridley and Naomi Watts. The screenplay was written by screenwriter and novelist Claire Peate.

The story follows the colorful and unconventional life of Clarice Cliff. She was one of the first English women artists whose work began to rival that of male ceramic designers around the world. Like many others in the field, Cliff was a working-class woman, but her eccentricity was that she refused to be apprenticed to a single specialized technique: instead, she risked her wealth to learn as many techniques as possible from all kinds of artists and designers.

As a result, despite the prejudices of conservative-minded people, By the mid-20s, Cliff had developed a unique Art Deco style in her designs, playing not only with color but also with the shape of the pottery itself, and by the 30s, her products were on display in the most luxurious shops in London. The artist's work was described as 'bizarre', and together with the equally eccentric factory owner Colley Shorter (Matthew Goode), who later became her husband, Clarice Cliff managed to create one of the most successful pottery brands.

Even though The Color Room went virtually unnoticed, it has a perfect 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes, and critics and audiences alike have noted that despite the very conventional cinematography and narrative for such an unconventional individual, the story of a 'little' woman who turned an entire industry upside down is incredibly inspiring and endearing.

How to Watch the Movie?

As we mentioned, the movie is now available to watch for free! No subscription is required because Freevee, which operates as a sub-service of Prime Video, is a free-to-use streaming platform that relies on advertising for its revenue. This means you don't even need a basic subscription to Prime Video — all you have to do is visit the Prime website or download the dedicated Freevee app to your devices.

Unfortunately, for US subscribers who don't want to waste time watching commercials, the movie is not available for rent or purchase on Prime. It's a little easier (though not free) for UK residents, as the movie is distributed by Sky Cinema. In other words, it's available for streaming through NOW, which is owned by the Sky Group. After a 7-day free trial, the cost of membership to stream movies is £9.99 per month. The movie can also be rented (for £3.49) or purchased (for £7.99) from the Sky Store.