Alan Bennett is one of my favorite contemporary English playwrights and screenwriters. He's famous for "The Madness of King George" and "A Private Function," and acts in both. I've savored the "Alan Bennett Collection," as it's filled with quirky characters and witty dialogue. Not enough space here to summarize all films on the 4 disks, but they're excellent, especially "An Englishman Abroad" and "A Question of Attribution." Characters range from ordinary people to famous British spies to Queen Elizabeth II. The collection features such actors as Alan Bates, James Fox, Prunella Scales, Coral Browne, Patricia Routledge, Daniel Day Lewis, and Jim Broadbent. Plus, Bennett's own introduction to each film.